A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed, Friday in Dakhla, between the House of Representatives and the Global Parliament for Tolerance and Peace, aiming to promote ways of joint cooperation in tolerance and peace. Under this MoU, which was signed on the sidelines of the closing session of the 10th Global Parliament for Tolerance and Peace, between speaker of the House of Representatives, Rachid Talbi Alami and chairman of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace (GCTP), Ahmad Bin Mohammed Al-Jarwan, the six committees of the Global Parliament for Tolerance and Peace are working to strengthen this cooperation according to the expertise of each committee (international relations, legal affairs, counter-terrorism, culture of peace, women and youth and sustainable development). Through this memorandum of understanding, the two parties coordinate their actions to organize joint events. They also agreed to appoint a member of the House of Representatives as a member of the Global Parliament for Tolerance and Peace, which may propose topics to be discussed in the plenary sessions of this parliamentary body, in accordance with the competencies and measures determined by the Statute of the Global Parliament for Tolerance and Peace. Under this MoU, the Global Parliament for Tolerance and Peace undertakes to provide the House of Representatives with the minutes of its plenary sessions and to convene the Secretary General of the House of Representatives or his substitute to take part in the annual conference of the Secretaries General of the National Parliaments of different countries, in order to strengthen relations and discuss ways of developing joint cooperation in a sustainable and continuous manner.
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