Saudi Arabia Chosen as Member of the Executive Office at Arab Ministerial Council for Water

The Arab Ministerial Council for Water announced the formation of its executive office for the next two years, chaired by Kuwait and Algeria as vice-chairman.

At the conclusion of its 12th session today, the Council decided that the formation of the Executive Office for the years 2020-2021 would be from the troika of the Arab League Council at the summit level Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Algeria, and three members alternately according to the alphabetical order of the member states Egypt, Libya and Lebanon, and the elected countries are Kuwait and Algeria.

The Arab Water Council mission is to promote deeper understanding and better management of the water resources in the Arab states in a multi-disciplinary, non-political, professional and scientific approach to disseminate knowledge and enhance sharing of experiences to achieve integrated water resources management for countries.