COMSATS adds Somalia as its 26th Member State
November 13th, 2017 | No Comments
Federal Republic of Somalia has signed an accession international agreement to join the Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in South (COMSATS) in Islamabad.
For Education, Ministry of Education, Culture, and Higher Education, Somalia, Abdi Dahir Osman, consented to the arrangement, while from COMSATS the signatory was the association’s Executive Director Dr. S. M. Junaid Zaidi.
Ambassador of Somalia joined Somali Minister in Islamabad, Pakistan, Khadija Almakhzoumi; First Secretary, Embassy of Somalia, Ali Sheik; and Advisor to the Ministry of Education, Culture, and Higher Education, Mohammed A. Nur. Senior authorities from COMSATS likewise saw the service.
Aside from its recently obtained participation of COMSATS, Somalia as of now holds enrollment in African Development Bank (ADB), Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), G-77, IDA, IDB, IFAD, NAM, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNHCR, UNIDO, WTFU, WHO, and WTO. Somalia spoken to at the Heads-of-State Level Commission and the ecclesiastical level Consultative Committee of COMSATS by uprightness of its State participation.
Dr. Zaidi expressed gratitude toward the Minister and the Ambassador for trying the endeavors which prompted the consenting to of increase arrangement. He additionally recommended about COMSATS, its statuary bodies, its global projects, and exercises and considered this understanding another part of science-drove cooperation for accomplishing supportable financial advancement. Minister indicated joy on achieving this assertion and wanted to profit by COMSATS’ enrollment in scholastics and in addition innovative work.
Minister offered thanks and valued the Ambassador of Somalia in Islamabad for her endeavors to understand Somalia’s enrollment to COMSATS, calling her a solid extension amongst COMSATS and Somalia.
The increase is an aftereffect of prior interviews and gatherings with the Somali Embassy and COMSATS` authorities held before amid the year.
Published in: Volume 08 Issue 45
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