The Public Finance Forum of Arab Countries kicked off in the UAE on Sunday with the participation of experts and representatives from the International Monetary Fund and Arab ministers of finance, including Libya's Finance Minister Khaled Al-Mabrouk.
The forum entitled (The Fiscal Sustainability in the Arab World after the Corona Pandemic..Opportunities and Challenges) convened under the supervision of the Arab and the International Monetary funds.
Al-Mabrouk, who is chairing this term of the Council of Arab Finance Ministers, stressed in his opening speech the importance of addressing fiscal policy issues in the post-pandemic era and their impact on the Arab region.
The meeting was a platform for sharing experiences and discussing fiscal policy challenges in the context of current economic and financial developments.
The ministers also followed up on programs related to achieving economic and financial stability and promoting comprehensive growth and sustainable development.