UK Vows To Pay 20 Million Pounds To Support Palestinian National Budget
The government said a large part of the budget will go to the education sector

On Saturday, the Palestinian Minister of Education said Britain has agreed to pay an annual contribution of 20 million pounds to support the Palestinian national budget, part of which will go to education to prove its support for the development of the education sector.

According to WAFA, Sabri Saydam spoke on the phone with the British Minister of State for International Development and Minister of State for the Middle East at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office Alistair Burt.

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WAFA reported that Minister Saydam said the continued support of education by donor countries demonstrates the high level and confidence in the Palestinian educational system and its ability to achieve qualitative results.

The Minister also stressed the importance of continuing this kind of support for education, particularly in the areas that contribute to strengthening the educational system.

Saydam pointed out that such support serves development goals and ministry plans for advancement especially after the recent first meeting for donors and international partners for education in Gaza, which recommended paying greater attention to the education sector in the Gaza Strip.

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