Libya’s Permanent Representative to the OIC visits the Academy
20 May، 2024

H.E. Ambassador Mohammed Al-Qamoudi Al-Hafi, Permanent Representative of the State of Libya to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, accompanied by H.E. Mr. Mohammed Ashour Abu Rawi, Deputy Permanent Representative, visited IIFA’s headquarters in Jeddah on Monday 12 Dhul Quida 1445, corresponding to 20 May 2024.

H.E. Prof. Koutoub Moustapha Sano, Secretary General of the Academy, welcomed his guests and thanked them for this visit, praising the continuous support and care of the Libyan government to the Academy since its establishment. He then gave the distinguished guest a detailed overview of the Academy’s activities, programs, and objectives, especially with regard to combating extremism, intolerance, and terrorism, while promoting the culture of tolerance, moderation, and openness, stressing on this occasion the Academy’s full readiness to provide intellectual and scientific support to Libya’s institutions.

For his part, His Excellency the Ambassador expressed his great pleasure and honor to visit the Academy and his thanks and gratitude to His Excellency for the excellent reception and warm welcome, praising the scientific status of the International Islamic Fiqh Academy and its significant role in guiding developments and studying issues through its resolutions and recommendations which are well accepted by scholars and intellectuals around the world. He also stressed his country’s keenness to establish solid and sustainable relations with the Academy and benefit from it in addressing many religious and intellectual issues that concern Libyan society, especially in combating extremism and terrorism and spreading the values of moderation, moderation, openness and tolerance.

His Excellency concluded his speech by expressing his aspiration to enhance cooperation and communication between the Academy and Libyan scientific and religious institutions, in particular the General Authority for Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, through the permanent delegation, wishing His Excellency and the Academy more success in achieving the activities and programs included in the Academy’s strategic plan, stressing his entire readiness to provide all necessary facilities and services for the success of the various programs and projects of the Academy, and pledging to ensure that the State of Libya fulfills its full financial and moral obligations towards the Academy.

The meeting was attended by Mr. Mohammed Mondher Chouk, Director of Cabinet and Protocols, Mr. Mohammed Al-Idrissi, Director of ICT, Media and Public Relations; Mr. Mohammed Adnan Al-Fihri, Director of Administrative and Financial Affairs, Mr. Khaled Hamed Al-Ahmadi, Head of Administrative and Financial Affairs, and Mr. Amjad Ibrahim Mustafa, Head of Protocols.

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