United Arab Emirates News Al-Mansouri Leads United Arab Emirates Delegation to Arab Development Summit Source: Al-Akhbar –
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) will hold a high-level delegation led by His Excellency Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economics.
The summit was opened by His Excellency General Michel Aoun, President of the Republic of Lebanon, while the opening session was addressed by the representative of Saudi Arabia as President of the third summit session.
The summit agenda includes a number of topics and topics that contribute to supporting the development objectives in the Arab countries at economic and social level, in particular cooperation in the areas of internal trade, investment, food security, energy, digital economy, small and medium-sized enterprises, development finance, women's empowerment, poverty eradication and systems development. Educational and others.
Ing. Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri delivered the United Arab Emirates speech emphasizing the acumen of the wise leadership of the state to support the efforts of common Arab action to improve Arab integration in the economic and social field and enable Arab countries to meet the challenges of development and benefit from the vast potential and opportunities they possess in various vital fields including Driving the process of sustainable Arab development.
He added that the Development Summit provides an ideal platform for discussing projects and economic and social issues of interest to Arab countries and developing a roadmap for cooperation between institutions and stakeholders in various Arab countries to find new solutions and effective mechanisms. that improve the ability of the Arab world to move towards a new phase of growth and work for a better future. For future generations of Arabs, emphasizing the enthusiasm of the United Arab Emirates to support the decisions of the Summit and continue to work hand in hand with the Arab brothers countries to implement the projects and development programs that emanate from them.
He explained that the topics on the agenda of the summit address issues of great importance to the development process in the Arab region and that Arab-Arab cooperation through the tracks discussed at the summit would have achieved important development results that will bring prosperity to countries and to the Arab peoples. In support of the efforts made by the Arab in this sense and his enthusiasm in sharing its potential, its skills and its experiences of pioneering development with the fraternal Arab countries.
During the summit meetings, the UAE emphasized their support for the Arab efforts to develop a common Arab vision for the development of the digital economy, taking advantage of its diverse applications, opportunities and opportunities and preparing for the requirements and challenges. which poses. Which is one of the main trends in the construction of future economies.
The delegation included HE Mohammed Sharaf Al Hashemi, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation for Economic and Commercial Affairs, HE Ing. Mohammed Ahmed Bin Abdul Aziz Al Shehhi, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Economics, Juma Mubarak Al Jneibi , Ambassador of State in Cairo and Permanent Representative of the League of Arab States. Minister of Economics, HE Juma Mohammed Al Kait, deputy undersecretary for the foreign trade sector in the Ministry of Economics, and HE Nasser Ismail, undersecretary for the ministry for community development.
The agenda of the Fourth Arab Development Summit included a number of economic and social issues, in particular the follow-up to the decisions and recommendations of the third summit session in Riyadh in 2013 and the article on food security. Arab, which in turn includes three subtitles: Sudanese Food Security Initiative Arab Food Security Program and the problem of the integration and trade of agricultural, plant and animal products in the Arab region.
The summit agenda also included a point on the discussion of developments in the Great Arab Free Trade Area and the completion of the requirements of the Arab Customs Union and another point on the Arab Charter for the development of the SME sector .
The agenda included a voice on the Arab common market for electricity and the initiative to integrate tourism and cultural and cultural heritage in the Arab countries.
In the same context, the economic voices included the issue of solid waste management in the Arab world, cooperation efforts to support the Palestinian economy, discuss the financing mechanisms for development, the Aid for Trade program and develop a vision Arab common in the digital economy.
On the social level, the agenda included a number of other elements, such as the Arab strategic framework for the elimination of multidimensional poverty, the family action plan in the Arab region, and the initiative. for the health of women, the strategy of child protection for asylum and child labor in the Arab region, the fourth Arab Sports Games in 2021.
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