African Anti-Corruption Forum (AACF) will kick off on 12-13 June in Sharm El-Sheikh, under the auspices of President Abd Fattah El-Sisi.
51 African countries will participate in the forum including Tunisia، Morocco, Libya, Algeria, Angola, Burkina Faso and others. In addition Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Jordan and Kuwait will be guests of honour in the AACF.
Also, the participation of justice and interior ministers as well as the anti-corruption authorities. In addition over 200 senior officials from regional and international institutions.
According to the AACF website, corruption undermines the enormous efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goals of the African Agenda 2063, with several nations still suffering from illicit financial inflows.
The forum aims to provide a platform for African countries to meet on a regular basis to exchange information, experiences and best practices for the purpose of consolidating their national capabilities and institutions in the fight against corruption.