GENEVA: King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center Assistant Supervisor General for Planning and Development Aqeel Al-Ghamdi said Saudi Arabia is fully prepared to share its experiences regarding humanitarian and relief issues with the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
Al-Ghamdi represented the Kingdom at a meeting of donor countries of the UN OCHA held in Geneva on Wednesday in order to develop and support humanitarian efforts.
At the meeting, a report from the Multilateral Organization Performance Assessment Network, known as MOPAN, on the performance of the UN OCHA was also discussed.
Al-Ghamdi thanked MOPAN for preparing the report as Saudi Arabia viewed it as a positive step to support the office and address the challenges facing the implementation of humanitarian initiatives.
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