The Islamic corporate for the improvement of private sector

JEDDAH, ALAEZE SAUDI ARABIA – Under the leadership of Chief Dr. Bandar bin Fahd Al Fahid, Director of the Arab Tourism Organization (ATO) – Mr. Ayman Amin Sejiny, Director of the Islamic Development Bank (ICD), a member of the Islamic Development Bank Group (IDBG), and Mr. Khaled Murad Radar – General Secretary of the ATO, signed a memorandum of understanding and cooperation to establish a comprehensive framework for the development of the transport sector. by paying for travel in the Arab world, emphasizing the importance of small developed Arab countries. At the same time, Mr. Ayman Sejiny explained that this memorandum fulfills the ICD’s mission, in pursuit of promoting and improving the framework and framework of cooperation between the member states of the Islamic Conference (including the Arab world), and respond to their needs by investing in development work such as support services that promote human development and company performance. The reminder also applies to the ICD, which aims to invest in investment and development projects such as to promote energy-related programs, specifically for IDB fund members. In addition, the Memorandum seeks to darken the relationship between the ICD and the ATO even in the current situation, where the transfer sector has been severely affected by the spread of the Corona protein. Next to him, H.E. Mr. Al Fahid expressed his pleasure at signing this initiative which will develop a number of programs and conduct research and support of the travel industry in the Arab world, emphasizing that developing countries and the private and public sectors and SMEs . as well as investors in the travel sector, who are victims of the Corona. He added that the Memorandum includes implementation ideas for a number of projects and projects to be organized in the near future, including sugar supply, payment of SME services, payment of travel expenses of ATO partners in the Arab world through financial support . law, and you