Qatar attends RCUWM board meet Sep 24, 2020 0 697 12345 Tribune News NetworkDOHA Qatar, represented by Minister of State for Energy Affairs HE Saad Sherida Al Kaabi, yesterday participated in the 11th Governing Board Meeting of the Regional Centre on Urban Water Management (RCUWM). The meeting, held under the auspices of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), was held with the participation of Oman, Iraq, Iran, Armenia, Azerbaijan, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan.In his remarks, Kaabi welcomed the members of the Council and voiced Qatar’s appreciation for the invitation to take part in this important meeting, which would help enhance regional and international cooperation in water management. He appreciated the efforts made to create a culture for the optimal use and rationalisation of water resources in a way that will positively reflect people’s lives and welfare.Minister of Energy of Iran and President of RCUWM Reza Ardakanian opened the meeting by reviewing the Center’s activities and achievements, noting the importance of its long and medium-term programmes in achieving the objectives UNESCO’s programme. On his part, the Center’s Director Ali Javushian highlighted the recommendations of the tenth meeting. The meeting, which was held virtually and attended by Kahramaa President Eng Essa bin Hilal Al Kuwari, discussed expanding cooperation between member states in the water sector. The Governing Council is the most important decision-making body in the Regional Center for Urban Water Management, and it consists of 17 members from Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Egypt, Germany, India, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Sri Lanka, Syria, Tajikistan and Turkey. Pages 12345 RELATED ARTICLES QRCS helps Palestinian refugees in Lebanon to limit COVID-19 impacts Sep 24, 2020 0 6170 ‘Filipino workers will benefit from end of kafala system in Qatar’ Sep 24, 2020 0 5929 Hammadi receives credentials of UN IOM chief of mission Sep 24, 2020 0 700 Qatar slams continued rights violations in Syria qna doha QATAR has voiced its strong condemnation of the human rights violations committed in Syria, especially those revealed by the report of the Commission of Inquiry in the areas that returned to the control of the ..