OIF sets plans for reforms in 2006

Paris- France (PANA) -- The International Francophonie Organisation (OIF) will initiate profound reforms in 2006 in order to make its structures "more visible and efficient," informed sources said here on Monday.
According to the sources, the reforms will make it possible to have better coordination between the various OIF departments on one hand and a better complementarity among the various operators of the Francophone institution on the other.
In addition, the OIF will in 2006 bring together on the same site all its services presently spread out in various places of the French capitals.
With 63 member states and associate members and since the leadership of former Senegalese president Abdou Diouf, the OIF has decided to be more active diplomatically and politically.

21 march 2005 16:25:00

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