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Shura Council Speaker meets governor, mayor of Turkish province

HE the Speaker of the Shura Council Ahmed bin Abdullah bin Zaid al-Mahmoud met yesterday with Turkey’s province of Rize Governor Kemal Ceber and Mayor Rahmi Metin, on the occasion of his participation in the first meeting of the executive council of the Asian Parliamentary Assembly.
During the meeting, they reviewed bilateral relations and ways of boosting them in addition to issues of common concern.
Several members of the Shura Council and ambassador of Qatar to Turkey Salem bin Mubarak al-Shafi attended the meeting.

MME launches ‘Farm Your Country’ programme

The Ministry of Municipality and Environment’s (MME) public parks department, in collaboration with Al Faisal Without Borders Foundation (ALF), held an event to introduce ‘Farm Your Country’ programme. The fourth edition of the programme was attended by a number of co-ordinators and supervisors of participating schools to introduce them to the ‘Farm Your Country’ programme and the mechanism and plan of the programme during the year.
In its fourth season this year, 34 schools of various stages are participating. A number of students with special needs are also participating for the first time. It is part of efforts to integrate this important segment of students in such community programmes.
The MME, represented by the public parks department, organises this event within the 1mn trees project as part of its keenness on the important role of agricultural projects in environmental sustainability and development. (QNA)


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