Egypt Independent

Egypt chosen to chair executive bureau of council of Arab social affairs ministers for 2 years



Egypt was chosen to chair the executive bureau of the Council of Arab Social Affairs Ministers for two years, as of 2015.
 
In exclusive statements to MENA Monday, Social Solidarity Minister Ghada Wali said that Qatar has submitted an official proposal to let Egypt take over the presidency of the executive bureau for two years.
 
All members of the executive bureau of the Council of Arab Social Affairs Ministers approved this proposal, she added, noting that Sudan was elected as deputy head of the executive bureau.
 
The executive bureau of the Arab social affairs ministers include Sudan, Somalia, Iraq, Oman, Palestine, Qatar and Egypt.