• Tripoli, Thursday, May 16, 2024.

Eng. Abdul Basit Salem Al-Baour, Chairman of the General Information Authority, met remotely at the Authority’s headquarters on Wednesday with the Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Libya to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Mr. Saleh Rajab Abdullah, to discuss mechanisms to enhance cooperation between the Authority and UNESCO, especially in the field of building the national information system in line with the standards of the Information for All Program (IFAP), in the presence of the Head of the UNESCO Mission in Libya, and the Director of the “Information Capacity Enhancement Program” (IFAP) project. at UNESCO, along with senior officials from the General Information Authority.

At the beginning of the meeting, the Chairman of the Authority stressed the important role of UNESCO in cooperating with the Authority in the field of building the national information system, through the development of policies, setting international standards, and exchanging experiences and knowledge, pointing to the Authority’s keenness to benefit from the expertise of the Organization, as one of the largest international organizations specialized in this field, and the IFAP program, to support the Authority’s efforts in developing the national information system in line with the needs of the times.

For his part, the Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Libya to UNESCO praised the Authority’s future vision, efforts and tireless endeavor to implement many targeted programs and initiatives, including the development of the national information system, stressing UNESCO’s keenness to support cooperation with the Authority in these fields, appreciating the Authority’s keenness to cooperate with UNESCO, expressing his appreciation for the Authority’s leading role in the fields of the National Information System.

During the meeting, the two sides discussed enhancing and developing future cooperation between them in supporting the Authority’s efforts in building an advanced national information system that meets all needs in various fields, in addition to enhancing opportunities for exchanging experiences, providing technical support, and building capabilities.

The meeting also reviewed the steps taken by the Authority to ensure the sustainability of its plans and programs in building the national information system, and the appropriate ways to qualify them in accordance with the international standards adopted within the framework of the IFAP program.

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