Bahrain hosts Euromena Conference to discuss public administration development
During the event, Zayed Al-Zayani, Bahrain's minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, spoke about strategic partnerships between countries and how that will promote sustainable development.
He went on to praise the cooperation between Bahrain and the sultanate of Oman.
“This clearly reflects the keen interest of the political leaderships of both brotherly states in promoting development through the exchange of expertise and best practices for the benefit of their nations,” Al-Zayani said.
Dr. Raed Bin Shams, director-general of the Bahrain Institute of Public Administration (BIPA) and chairman of the Middle East and North Africa Public Administration Research (MENAPAR), mentioned the country’s public administration development.
"The kingdom of Bahrain has become a central point for scientific research in the Arab World, as BIPA is recognized as a house of expertise working actively with regional institutes of public administration to ensure sustainable development in the Arab Word," Shams said.
The conference focused on modernizing human resources and the performance of public companies. Other topics included training issues, strategic vision for human resources, teamwork management tools and performance of government bodies.