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AMMAN - Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global (TAG.Global) and Libya’s National Planning Council signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to cooperate in various fields through the provision of  TAG.Global's varied services.
The MoU was signed by HE Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, founder and chairman of TAG.Global, and Dr. Miftah Abdul Wahed Al-Harir, Chairman of the Council.
The terms of the memorandum define the significance of cooperation in the fields of economic and social transformation, as well as the means of developing good ties with international and regional organizations, commissions, funds, banks and many other relevant bodies.
Accordingly, the two sides agreed to establish a joint task force to study various areas of cooperation and services including comprehensive digital transformation, e-government, e-archiving and document management. They also agreed on establishing a government center for national strategies and crisis monitoring and management, applying the International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS), and transition from the cash basis to the accrual basis of accounting.
During the signing ceremony, Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh commended the deep-rooted brotherly and historic ties between Jordan and Libya at all levels, noting that he seeks to provide a special Internet connection line dedicated for scientific research to serve universities and scientific and research centers in Libya.
He added that the MoU paves the way for additional  TAG.Global efforts, as a national Jordanian organization, to help the Libyan people overcome the challenges and obstacles the educational, economic and business environment face in the country, in addition to offering consultations and guidance to members of the National Council.
He also expressed TAG.Global’s full readiness to devote its expertise in offering learning programs and professional certifications that cover the fields of accounting, intellectual property, information technology, English language, and integrate them into the Libyan university and academic education; hence, students would graduate holding both academic and professional certificates that enhance their opportunities in the labor market.
For his part, Dr. Al-Harir praised   the brotherly relations between the Jordanian and Libyan people, stating that Libya highly applauds the cooperation of well-established and reputable Jordanian organizations with their Libyan counterparts, noting that the Council is currently working to patch things up in Libya's academic, scientific and economic systems despite current situation difficulties.
Dr. Al-Harir, also, pointed out that the Council endeavors to cooperate with TAG.Global to contribute to the preparation and development of studies that clearly identify the goals, policies and strategies of economic and social development, in addition to maximizing the utilization of natural, human and financial resources and potential.
Moreover, the cooperation agreement stipulates other terms including the inspection on the educational quality in Libya as well as the application of quality standards at schools and universities, in addition to providing programs for the development of national leaderships. That is in addition to the establishment of a specialized center for leadership development, the provision of professional training and programs by Talal Abu-Ghazaleh for Capacity Building Academy and the provision of digital literacy programs, and computer certificates provided by TAG.Global.
Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global (TAG.Global)
 Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global (TAG.Global) is the global organization for professional services, education and tech products, operating in more than 100 offices around the world.
The Libyan National Planning Council
The Libyan National Planning Council is specialized in the preparation of studies that define the objectives, policies and strategies of economic and social development, and develop, invest and maximize the use of natural, human and financial resources and capabilities. The Council consists of the executive authority (ministries, institutions, public bodies and key components of local authorities), and the educational and research institutions (universities and research centers).