ISESCO Director General receives SESRIC Director General
The Director General of the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), Dr. Salim M. Almalik, today morning in his office, received the Director General of Ankara-based Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre (SESRIC), Dr. Nebil Dabur.
During this meeting, the two parties explored ways to promote cooperation and expand its prospects in the areas of common interest.
For the record, the Joint Committee of ISESCO and SESRIC holds a meeting today at ISESCO headquarters to explore ways to promote cooperation between the two institutions over the period 2020-2022 and discuss the progress report on the fields of cooperation.
It is worth mentioning that the Centre, an OIC subsidiary organ, was established in 1977 and started operating in June 1978 in Ankara, Republic of Turkey. Among the key missions of SESRIC are collating, processing and disseminating socio-economic statistics and information; studying and evaluating the economic and social developments in the member countries to help generate proposals that will initiate and enhance co-operation among them; and organizing training programmes in selected fields geared to the needs of the member countries as well as to the general objectives of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.