The Minister Of Foreign Affairs Of The Government Of National Accord Called For Reducing The Contribution Of Member States To The African Union Budget For 2021

Tripoli – The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Government of National Accord Mohamed Taher Siala called for a reduction in the contribution of member states to the African Union budget for 2021, so that it would be austere in view of the exceptional economic conditions of African countries, given the Corona pandemic that has burdened the budgets of African countries So that the reduced amount can be compensated in upcoming budgets after the pandemic is safely overrun. According to the media office of the ministry, during a speech delivered through closed circles at the meeting of the Executive Council of the African Union, the minister emphasized the need to implement the quota system in the distribution of jobs among the countries of the Union, expressing Libya’s aspiration for the employee selection process to be highly efficient and to publish the results of those who applied to fill various positions within The African Union on the official website of the Commission, in application of the principle of transparency in filling jobs. He also referred to the role of regional mechanisms in bringing peace and stability across the African continent within the efforts of the African Union and the regional economic communities.


Source: Libya News Agency

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