After receiving 36 votes and taking first place, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the General Auditing Bureau, was elected to the Executive Council of the Asian Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (ASOSAI).
This was announced at the Asian Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions’ fifteenth General Assembly (ASOSAI).
This meeting was held today (Tuesday) by video conference, with the presence of the supreme bodies of public financial control and accounting from 43 Asian countries, and was chaired by Thailand.
This achievement is in addition to the Kingdom’s high leadership positions in worldwide and regional organizations of the ultimate bodies for public financial control and accounting, which are represented by the General Accounting Bureau.
Hussam bin Abdulmohsen Al-Angari, head of the General Auditing Bureau, praised the support that the GAB enjoys from, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman.
It is noteworthy that Malaysia came in second place with 26 votes, followed by Korea and Turkey with 25 votes each, then Russia with 24 votes, and Pakistan and the Philippines with 23 votes each.