Visiting here on Wednesday the Arab Planning Institute, Former Egyptian Prime Minister Dr. Hazem Al-Biblawi said the work of the Institute contributed in a great measure to boosting pan-Arab economic ideas.
The officials of the institute gave the guest an extensive tour of its departments, affirming their dedication to helping Arab government's with socio-economic planning. The guest told KUNA he was impressed with the tour and the work of the institute.
Institute director Dr. Bader Malallah showed the guest some of the new departments and improvements at the institute including an information library and an IT center.
Al-Biblawi has been elected as executive director representing Egypt and twelve Arab countries and the Maldives on the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and used to be a member of the consulting board of the Arab Planning Institute.