Tuesday, July 16, 2019

CEO of BTEA Meets Secretary-General of the Royal Charity Organization

The Chief Executive Officer of Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA), H.E. Shaikh Khaled bin Humood Al Khalifa, received the Secretary-General of the Royal Charity Organization (RCO), Dr. Mustafa Al-Sayed on the 16th of September 2018.

During the meeting, H.E. Shaikh Khaled bin Humood Al Khalifa stressed on the importance of strengthening ties, increasing cooperation and reinforcing bilateral relations between both the BTEA and RCO.

“The role of the Royal Charity Organization in the Kingdom of Bahrain is of great importance as it strives to spread the culture and practices of charitable work and undertakes a humanitarian, social and economic role to benefit all members of the society,” said the CEO of BTEA, H.E. Shaikh Khaled bin Humood Al Khalifa.

Dr. Mustafa Al-Sayed expressed his gratitude for the warm welcome and affirmed his commitment to enhance relations between the BTEA and RCO and further explore future opportunities for collaboration.

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