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Al-Muhaisen: the Kingdom participates with the international community in observing the International Anti-Corruption Day 2017

12/9/2017

The President of the National Anti-Corruption Commission Dr. Khaled bin Abdulmohsen Al-Muhaisen thanked His Royal Highness Prince Faisal bin Bandar bin Abdulaziz, Governor of Riyadh for his patronage of the sixth Nazaha forum to mark the International Anti-Corruption Day (2017), entitled Integrity in criminal Justice Institutions,on Sunday 10/12/2017 from 9:30 am to 2:40 pm at Burj Rafal Kempinski Hotel, under the logo (United Against Corruption).
H.E.  said that he Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is participating in the celebration of this occasion through the holding of this forum to enhance cooperation and exchange of experiences in the field of protecting integrity and fighting corruption. The organization of this forum comes in implementation of what is stated in the National Strategy for Maintaining integrity and combating corruption and what was stated in the commission's statute in organizing conferences and seminars on transparency, integrity and fighting corruption.
H.E. said that the commission looks forward to the participation of the public and private sectors and civil society institutions to consolidate the values of integrity, transparency and fighting corruption, thus contributing to the realization of  the Kingdom's vision 2030, which made transparency, integrity and anti-corruption one of its main foundations.
This forum will be attended by a number of specialists from governmental and private entities, and we hope that this forum will achieve the desired benefits and that efforts will continue in the Kingdom and around the world for fruitful and constructive cooperation in the field of protecting integrity and fighting corruption. I call on public and private entities and members of the society to interact with this occasion, and to have sense of responsibility in this regard, based on the slogan of the International Anti-Corruption Day 2017, (united against corruption).