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Abalkhail commends the care of the wise leadership in youth at the end of Youth and protection of Integrity.. Reality and Aspirations

12/3/2018

A seminar was organized by the National Anti-Corruption Commission (Nazaha) in cooperation with the King Abdulaziz Center for National Dialogue at its headquarters in Riyadh, entitled "Youth and Protection of Integrity, Reality and Aspirations", was concluded on Wednesday, 28/11/2018, with the participation of a number of specialists and stakeholders in the field of youth and the protection of integrity.
H.E. Dr. Bandar bin Ahmed Abalkhail, Vice President of the National Anti-Corruption Commission, delivered a speech at the opening ceremony of the seminar, in which he stressed the special attention paid by the wise leadership to the youth. He considered youth as the main focus in all areas of the vision, and that they are a the essence of a vital society, and the pillar of a prosperous economy. H.E. mentioned the King's statment which he stressed on that the Saudi citizen is the main driver of development and its effective tools, and that young men and women of the Kingdom are the pillars of achievement and hope for the future. H.E. also referred to the statement of the Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman, on the role played by young people in achieving the vision of the Kingdom (2030), which marks the beginning of a new phase of development and hard work to look into the future, and pursue everything in the interest of the country.
H.E. said: "Community partnership is one of the strategic orientations that Nazaha works on. According to  the national strategy for maintaining integrity and combating corruption and the Commission's jurisdiction. This based on Nazaha's belief in the importance of community partnership, combined efforts, completion of roles and their harmony, towards promoting the values and principles of integrity, transparency, and fighting corruption in all its forms, manifestations and methods.
H.E. hoped that this seminar will achieve its desired objectives through recommendations and results. He also thanked the King Abdul Aziz Center for National Dialogue for his cooperation in organizing this seminar and for all those who attended and participated.
On his part, the Secretary General of King Abdulaziz Center for National Dialogue thanked Nazaha on its cooperation to organize the seminar, and stressed in his speech that integrity is a high ethical conduct, it is complementary to the qualities of a Muslim and positive behaviors aimed at building an integrated society, and that the establishment of the principle of integrity among young people will protect the country from corruption.
The topics discussed included the activities of Nazaha clubs in educational institutions, the roles of young people to promote values of integrity in social media, and the project of education and training.
The session was moderated by Mr. Abdulrahman bin Awad Al-Bishri, with the participation of Dr. Latifa bin Mohammed Al Nafi, Vice President of Nazaha Student Club in King Saud University, Mr. Saud Bin Faleh Al Gharbi, Chairman of the Media Association, Mr. Khaled Al-Abdulsalam, Manager of Programs and Training of students at the Ministry of Education.
The seminar comes in cooperation with King Abdul Aziz Center for National Dialogue and within the framework of the implementation of the national strategy for protecting integrity and combating corruption, in addition to Nazaha's statute which includes holding conferences, seminars and training courses on transparency, integrity and combating corruption.