MONITORING REPORT ISB: Pakistan is going to host the OIC summit on science and technology innovation early next year in order to promote cooperation among member countries and to work out a comprehensive strategy to help eradicate poverty.
“Our aim is to forge comprehensive ties among the OIC members in order to provide skills-based training to their people,” said OIC Assistant Secretary General Naeem Khan at a function in Riyadh.He also said that the summit would be the first of its kind with high-level delegations participating from the OIC countries.
He added that skills-based human resources would be the key to success in Pakistan as they will help to increase the general income of people and contribute to economic growth.
Naeem said that Pakistan has a large talent pool which can benefit others and alleviate the poverty in Pakistan and internationally. “We are therefore working collectively to usher in the desired economic growth in the OIC countries,” he added. He said that the government of Pakistan was keen to host the science and technology summit and the OIC had extended all cooperation.