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Information Ministry Undersecretary hails Government Forum

Manama, Oct.27: Information Affairs Ministry Undersecretary Abdulrahman Mohammed Baher commended the Government Forum for bolstering complementary performance, enhancing quality services and strengthening partnership between the public and private sectors.

He stressed the importance of such strides in bolstering landmark development and civilizational achievements in the prosperous era of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa.

In a statement today, he valued the forum which will convene under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al-Khalifa, at the initiative of His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al-Khalifa, Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander and First Deputy Premier.

The Information Affairs Ministry Undersecretary hailed the importance of the symposium, as an interactive positive platform to bolster competence, efficiency, in line with the 2030 Economic Vision.

He underlined the directives issued by the Information Affairs Minister Ali bin Mohammed Al-Romaihi to highlight the high-profile Government Forum in all media outlets and cover its sessions through press radio and TV interviews with senior officials representing ministries and executive agencies.

He underlined the importance of updating the public opinion on the Government Action Plan (GAP) achievements, highlighting challenges as well as plans and future aspirations for the years 2019-2022.

He valued the constructive officials’ response through media and cyber outlets, which reflects the importance of basing the Government’s work on a clear unified and strategic vision to achieve highest levels administrative and organizational quality and competence on basis of sustainability and justice, which represent the pillars of the 2030 Economic Vision.

 

He underlined the importance of achieving the goals of the Fiscal Balance Programme, which incorporates six initiatives aimed at striking the balance between Government’s revenues and spending by 2022.

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