The Director General of the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), Dr. Salim M. AlMalik, and the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Algeria to the Kingdom of Morocco, Mr. Abdelhamid Abdaoui, explored cooperation between ISESCO and the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria in the fields of education, science and culture.
These talks were held during the visit of the Algerian Ambassador today to ISESCO headquarters in Rabat, wherein the Algerian official reaffirmed that his country is looking forward to strong and more effective cooperation with ISESCO in the upcoming period.
For his part, the Director General promised that the Organization will do its utmost to shape and consolidate cooperation with Algeria, as part of the Organization’s new vision which is based on establishing more communication with Member States, and meeting their needs and expectations in the activities and programmes implemented by ISESCO in its areas of competence.
The two parties also agreed to organize joint programmes and activities, as well as assisting Algeria in inscribing a number of its historic sites on the Islamic World Heritage List (IWHL) through providing the necessary training for technical officials in charge of preparing the technical files of these landmarks.
Likewise, the two parties talked about the official invitation the Director General recently received from the Algerian Government to visit Algeria, which he accepted and promised to make it during the first half of 2020, after coordination with the Algerian parties.