Bahrain, Tunisia Discuss Cooperation in Education

Bahrain Tunisia

Manama, The Gulf Observer: Dr. Shaikha Rana bint Isa bin Daij Al Khalifa, Director General of the Institute of Public Administration, recently welcomed Mona Al Maaloul, Chargé d’Affaires at the Embassy of Tunisia to Bahrain, for a productive meeting aimed at strengthening bilateral cooperation.

The meeting focused on topics of mutual interest, particularly in the areas of administrative sciences, industry research, and competency development. Dr. Shaikha Rana emphasized the longstanding and robust relations between Bahrain and Tunisia, highlighting the importance of collaboration in advancing administrative practices and fostering professional growth.

In turn, Chargé d’Affaires Mona Al Maaloul reaffirmed Tunisia’s commitment to deepening cooperation with Bahrain, underscoring her country’s eagerness to explore new avenues of collaboration and exchange in the field of administrative sciences.

The engagement between the Institute of Public Administration and the Tunisian Embassy reflects a shared commitment to leveraging expertise and resources for the benefit of both nations, further enhancing bilateral ties and promoting excellence in administrative governance.