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Prince Ghazi meets with heads of delegations attending Awqaf meet

By JT - Dec 12,2019 - Last updated at Dec 12,2019

Deputising for His Majesty King Abdullah, HRH Prince Ghazi meets with heads of delegations participating in the 12th session of the Executive Council of the Awqaf Ministers' Conference in the Islamic World 2019 on Thursday (Petra photo)

AMMAN — Deputising for His Majesty King Abdullah, HRH Prince Ghazi, Chief Advisor to His Majesty for Religious and Cultural Affairs and Personal Envoy of His Majesty, on Thursday met with heads of delegations participating in the 12th session of the Executive Council of the Awqaf Ministers' Conference in the Islamic World 2019.

During the meeting, held at the Al Husseiniya Palace in Amman, Prince Ghazi conveyed King Abdullah's greetings to the conference's attendees, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

Discussions during the session covered the development of more programmes to address hate speech, extremism and terrorism, as well as joint human values, coexistence and tolerance.

Among the delegates are Saudi minister of Awqaf and Head of the Executive Council Sheikh Abdul Latif Al Sheikh, Egyptian Minister of Awqaf Muhammad Mabrouk, Pakistani Minister of Awqaf Noor-ul-Haq Qadri, Gambian Minister of Religious Affairs Haj Musa Drammeh, Undersecretary of the Kuwaiti Ministry of Awqaf Farid Imadi, Indonesian Vice Minister of Awqaf Zeinultawhid Saadi and Director at the Moroccan Ministry of Awqaf Abdulqader Karai.

The heads of the delegations expressed their appreciation for the Kingdom's hosting of the 12th session, praising His Majesty's efforts in defending Islam and highlighting Islam's tolerant image. 

The conference aims at enhancing solidarity among Islamic member states and boosting cooperation and coordination in fields related to Islamic affairs and Awqaf.

The executive council comprises Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Kuwait, Egypt, Indonesia, Pakistan, Gambia and Jordan, Petra said.

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