Yemeni Prime Minister Ali al-Mujawar on Monday urged Arab ant-corruption bodies and non-governmental organizations to cooperate in combating corruption and enhancing transparency.
Al-Mujawar made the remarks at the opening of the second regional conference of the Arab Network for Promoting Transparency and Combating Corruption held in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa on Monday.
Speaking at the conference organized by the Yemeni official Supreme Authority for Combating Corruption, al-Mujawar highlighted the role of the Arab network in combating corruption, enhancing development and preserving Arab states' economic resources.
Meanwhile, he called on the more than 100 justice ministers, chairmen of anti-corruption authorities and senior officials from 17 Arab countries presenting at the conference, to take advantage of the latest technologies and exchange with each other their experiences in the area.
The conference, themed "National Strategies for Combating Corruption and the Role of Concerned Bodies in Implementation" aimed at developing the capabilities of the official anti- corruption bodies to promote transparency and combat corruption, according to a statement of the organizer obtained by Xinhua.