NA Chairman hails cooperation with Saudi audit

Chairman of the National Assembly Nguyen Phu Trong received in Hanoi on July 30 Osama Jafar Faquih, President of the General Auditing Bureau (GAB) of Saudi Arabia, stressing his current visit to Vietnam will further enhance cooperation between the two auditing agencies as well as the countries.

Chairman Trong emphasised the state audit’s role and position, contributing to the development of each nation. He said he wished the GAB would promote cooperation and share its experiences with and help train personnel for the State Audit of Vietnam agency.

He hailed outcomes of the working session between the two auditing agencies, saying that closer bilateral cooperation will contribute to increasing friendship and cooperation between the two nations. He wished that Vietnam-Saudi Arabia ties will continue strengthening and expanding to many areas for both sides’ development.

Chairman of the National Assembly Nguyen Phu Trong (R) receives in Hanoi on Osama Jafar Faquih, President of the General Auditing Bureau (GAB) of Saudi Arabia,

GAB President Osama Jafar Faquih expressed his pleasure with developments in the bilateral relations, particularly a milestone visit to Saudi Arabia by President Nguyen Minh Triet, which opened opportunities for bilateral cooperation in economy, trade and investment.

Additionally, opening a Saudi Arabian embassy in Vietnam has contributed to both sides’ joint efforts to promote bilateral cooperation, he added.

Being auditors of developing countries, the GAB and the State Audit of Vietnam need to work together for future cooperation, he said.

He affirmed support for Vietnam within the Asian Organisation of Supreme Auditing Institutions (ASOSAI). He said he believed in the success of the upcoming ASOSAI session, making important decisions to boost auditing cooperation in the region.

Osama Jafar Faquih is heading a GAB delegation to visit Vietnam and attend the 42nd session of the ASOSAI executive board scheduled for Hanoi on Aug. 4-5./.

source VNplus

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