Sayyid Fahd meets GCC heads of anti-corruption agencies

Muscat - 

H H Sayyid Fahd bin Mahmoud al Said, Deputy Prime Minister for the Council of Ministers, met the heads of GCC agencies responsible for promoting integrity and combating corruption in different countries on Monday.

Welcoming the guests, Sayyid Fahd reviewed the achievements of the GCC march in response to the aspirations of the Gulf leaders and people.
He stressed that the sultanate, under the leadership of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said,  supports the important role played by the Gulf authorities and bodies, including anti-corruption and integrity promotion agencies.

The agencies, he said, operate according to a common mechanism to keep pace with the requirements of the modern era, which is positively reflected on the countries of the region.

He also pointed to the development witnessed by the financial and administrative control system in the sultanate and the government’s attention to this system.

During the meeting, they reviewed the most important aspects related to supporting and developing the supervisory authorities, upgrading their efficiency, improving the level of performance, and encouraging researches and studies, in addition to enhancing communication between the Gulf bodies and their counterparts in other countries.

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