Details According to Dubai, the government of the United Arab Emirates held the grand retreats at the direction of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and chaired by the Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, and His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces Bin Zayed Al Nahyan witnessed a number of interactive and debates today in the presence of federal and local government ministers and senior officials.
With a view to outlining the country’s development drive for the next 50 years, the first day of the retreat will focus on ways to promote the UAE’s global competitiveness in key public sectors and implementing the country’s priorities in trade. There were also 10 discussion sessions. , Development, media, infrastructure and modern science. The sessions also focused on future developments and ways to create functional solutions to related challenges.
The participating ministers and federal and local officials discussed a number of ideas and future orientations aimed at drafting plans, strategies and plans to enhance the competitiveness of the national economy and build a future based on knowledge and innovation. Creating an economic model.
Participants discussed the design of the future business environment, business inclusion, encouraging foreign trade and partnerships, attracting investment, attracting skilled and skilled resources, training national cadres to guide the future economy and key economic areas. Also shared ideas and ideas for focusing, especially on digitization. , Green growth and sustainable development, food security and productivity.
Participants highlighted the challenges facing the UAE and the global economy, future developments that will affect economic activity, and ways to find functional solutions to related challenges.
They also discussed the provision of a national task force to be formed by the committee in charge of planning for the next 50 years, and members of the community who have contributed to the ‘Designing the Next 50’ project. Sheikh Muhammad bin Rashid.
The meetings discussed ways to enhance the country’s competitiveness in the health sector and ensure future healthcare and medical services in order to prepare for and prepare for related developments.
Participants highlighted ways to strengthen the health sector in times of crisis, in the light of the corona virus epidemic, by upgrading infrastructure, supporting national cadres in medical institutions and nursing, and building the capacity of health institutions. Creating scenarios for and attracting talented doctors, scholars and inventors from around the world.
The sessions discussed ways to enhance the country’s competitiveness in the areas of competitiveness and resilience, adaptation, activity, leadership, tolerance, giving and innovation.
Participants also discussed cultural values, national unity, strengthening patriotism and promoting a set of principles and values derived from the ideas and journey of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, including positive citizenship, tolerance, human capital. The focus is on investment, and empowerment. Union values, ie collective national and environmental responsibility.
The Government Action Task Force discussed ways to adapt to global changes and trends in developing the field of scientific research, encouraging scholarly and specialized participation, and developing the methods of scientific and scientific establishment. They also discussed enhancing and developing national capabilities and providing them with the required skills for the labor market.
During the brainstorming sessions, participants discussed ways to increase government engagement with the community to develop new ideas and perspectives on the next generation of government.
During the discussion, the UAE’s Competitive Task Force focused on enhancing the country’s lead, enhancing its infrastructure and enhancing its performance in the indicators of global environmental sustainability. Participants shared their thoughts and ideas on developing the sectors of infrastructure, housing, energy, and digital transformation and exploring new opportunities that support the country’s future vision for promoting food security and sustainability.
The Government Action Task Force discussed ways to ensure sustainable water and food supply, becoming key pillars of comprehensive development, including increasing local agricultural and livestock production, reducing food and water wastage, and natural Includes protection of resources and biodiversity.
Participants presented a number of national initiatives and projects that support efforts aimed at enhancing the country’s infrastructure and environmental sustainability.
Under the same framework, the UAE Competitive Task Force discussed ways to promote the country’s superiority in the areas of security and justice and create a legal and legislative environment to cope with change.
Participants also addressed the role of the media in promoting the success story of the UAE and its soft power locally, regionally and globally.