Head of Anti-Corruption: Saudi Arabia and the G20 countries adopt initiatives...

The Chairman of the Control and Anti-Corruption Authority, Mazen Al-Kahmous, held a meeting today via video communication with the Australian Ambassador to the Kingdom, Radwan Jadout. During the meeting, a number of issues of common interest were discussed.
He explained that the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz and his Crown Prince, Prince Muhammad bin Salman, by virtue of its presidency of the G20 countries for the year 2020 AD, was keen on the G20 countries adopting a number of pioneering initiatives to enhance the efforts of the international community in fighting the corrupt, recovering stolen public funds and returning them to the country. Origin.
For his part, the Australian ambassador welcomed the Kingdom’s efforts in combating corruption and the transparency of the Kingdom in publishing corruption cases, looking forward to strengthening cooperation between the Supervision and Anti-Corruption Authority and the authority concerned with combating corruption in Australia.
It is noteworthy that this meeting comes within the framework of preparation for the ministerial meeting – the first of its kind – to combat corruption in the Group of Twenty, which will be held under the presidency of the Kingdom on October 22, 2020.

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