The Sixth Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank concluded under the patronage of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Time in the Middle East.
The meeting, which lasted for about three days, was attended by the Bank’s 103 member states and its strategic partners, who continued to strengthen cooperation with the rest of the world and accelerate support for economic growth. Focuses on green finance and climate-friendly infrastructure.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum opened the meeting, welcomed the participants and spoke about the importance of the meeting in enhancing economic cooperation between the countries.
Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology, Governor of the United Arab Emirates Bank and Chairman of the Board of Governors Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Al-Jaber delivered the keynote address at the annual meeting, Director General of the Abu Dhabi Fund. Mohammad Saif Al-Swaidi, Deputy Governor of the United Arab Emirates at the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, Development, participated in the Board of Governors roundtable discussion on “Climate Financing”. It is noteworthy that the general sessions of the Bank’s Annual Meeting were held for the first time in the Middle East region under the slogan “Invest Today, For a Brighter Future”.
These sessions witnessed the registration of more than 1,600 people as they contributed to the exchange of knowledge and experiences, and the study of how to provide new opportunities to connect the Asian continent with other parts of the world.
The United Arab Emirates continues to strengthen its distinctive position as a link between the East and the West, which has enabled it to play a key role in the presence of participants from all over the world. As one of the founding members of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, the United Arab Emirates contributes to the implementation of the Bank’s capabilities in terms of attracting funding, promoting sustainable economic growth and expanding the link between infrastructure in Asia.
The directions of regional and global cooperation are consistent with the ten principles document of the United Arab Emirates over the next 50 years and the “50 Plans” that will be considered as a roadmap for the future.
Through partnerships with international companies led by the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, the UAE has been able to consolidate its position at the forefront of countries focusing on green finance and anti-climate infrastructure.
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