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UAE hailed for hosting Arab Kids’ Parliament
March 09, 2018
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CAIRO: The Council of the Arab League has expressed thanks to the UAE for hosting the permanent headquarters of the Arab Children’s Parliament and bearing all the related administrative and operational expenses.

In its 149th regular session, held on Wednesday at the league’s headquarters, the council also endorsed the nomination of Ayman Barout, the UAE’s candidate, as Secretary-General of the parliament.

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