Arab Industrial Development and Mining Organization

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Arabic Industrial Development and Mining Organization (AIDMO)(Arabic: المنظمة العربية للتنمية الصناعية والتعدين‎)

History[edit]

In a summit in Kuwait in 1966 the Arab League Council decided to establish an organization to improve and develop the industry in general. The decision was approved by the Arab Economic Council in 1968. The headquarters was established in Cairo. In 1975, the Arab Ministries of Industries freed the organization from Arab League influence and it became an independent organization. The organization's headquarters was moved from Cairo to Tunis temporarily from 1979 to 1980.

Members[edit]

There are 21 members in the AIDMO, all are members in the Arab League.

  1.  Jordan
  2.  United Arab Emirates
  3.  Bahrain
  4.  Algeria
  5.  Tunisia
  6.  Djibouti
  7.  Saudi Arabia
  8.  Sudan
  9.  Syria
  10.  Somalia
  11.  Iraq
  12.  Oman
  13.  Palestine
  14.  Qatar
  15.  Kuwait
  16.  Lebanon
  17.  Libya
  18.  Egypt
  19.  Morocco
  20.  Mauritania
  21.  Yemen

See also[edit]