Minister Dr. Malki: The Diplomatic Institute's project enters into force in Ramallah
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Dr. Riad Malki visited and inspected on Wednesday the project of the "Palestinian Diplomatic Institute" in Surda in the city of Ramallah, which is funded by the Indian government.
The minister Malki valued the Indian support for Palestinian institutions, especially the building of this important diplomatic edifice for the development of Palestinian capabilities and competencies, which will have a significant impact in raising the efficiency of workers in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and expatriates, embassies and missions of the State of Palestine abroad, and the preparation of Diplomatic cadres capable of engaging in diplomatic work.
The Minister Malki also explained that this Diplomatic Institute will prepare specialized programs on diplomatic work and attract academic competencies at the local and international levels, and his Excellency called for concerted efforts to complete the project as soon as possible.
The drilling process is expected to be completed within 60 days, then the construction will begin. The Minister was accompanied by Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for Asian, African and Australian Affairs, Ambassador Dr. Mazen Shamia, the technical committee responsible for monitoring the project, in addition to the media unit and the minister's office.