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Cabinet approves memorandums to restructure ministries and agencies

TDT | Manama     

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The Cabinet yesterday approved several key memorandums, including a Civil Service Council memorandum on restructuring various ministries and agencies to enhance performance and efficiency, and financing programs for governmental projects.

Chaired by His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister, the Cabinet highlighted the importance of the discussions held by His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The agreements and memorandum of understandings signed during HM the King’s visit to Russia are expected to bolster bilateral cooperation and support the outcomes of the 33rd Arab Summit, particularly regarding an international peace conference and the Palestinian issue.

The Cabinet reviewed the efforts of the Ministry of Education to advance the educational process, expressing gratitude to the Ministry and its members for creating an optimal school environment for students in accordance with the highest standards.

It extended best wishes to students across all academic levels for success in their end-of-semester exams for the second semester of the 2023- 2024 academic year.

The Cabinet emphasised the importance of providing all necessary support to ensure students achieve the best possible results.

The Cabinet strongly condemned Israel for targeting a camp for displaced persons in Rafah in the Gaza Strip, resulting in a number of civilian casualties.

The Kingdom of Bahrain renewed its call for the international community, especially members of the United Nations Security Council, to fulfill their responsibilities in enforcing international resolutions and humanitarian laws.

This includes advocating for an immediate and comprehensive ceasefire in Gaza, ensuring the protection of civilians, and facilitating the urgent and safe delivery of humanitarian aid.

Bahrain also emphasised the need for a safe environment to revive the peace process, enabling the Palestinian people to establish their independent state with East Jerusalem as its capital.

During its weekly meeting held at Gudaibiya Palace, the Cabinet approved several key memorandums.

Among them was a Civil Service Council memorandum on restructuring various ministries and agencies to enhance performance and efficiency, and financing programs for governmental projects.

Other key memorandums discussed and approved by the Cabinet: l A memorandum from the Ministerial Committee for Legal and Legislative Affairs addressing the government’s response to a proposed law and three proposals submitted by the House of Representatives.