His Excellency Dr. Thani bin Ahmed Al Sayyudi confirmed that the United Arab Emirates is keen to strengthen its trade relations with solid and fast growing economies and support the development process that the country sees in various key sectors and sectors. , And push it to wider boundaries to promote the growth of the national economy and create a better future.
During his session on “The Future of the Abrahamic Agreements” at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland from May 22 to 26, he wrote: “The world is at a turning point. Point: Government Policies and Business Strategies ”, 2000 enhances readiness to develop new perspectives and ideas with the participation of ministers, government officials, decision makers, thinkers, scientists and elite leaders in the private and educational sectors. Governments and the private sector face current and future challenges, identify common measures for the next phase and create opportunities for a better future.
He said the Abrahamic agreements between the United Arab Emirates and Israel had paved the way for the opening of new and hopeful frontiers to enhance cooperation and cooperation in aspects of trade, economy, investment and development. It is a high priority within the development agenda of the United Arab Emirates, and it positively reflects the support for security, peace and stability, and the integration of the values of tolerance and coexistence in the region. He touched on new frontiers for cooperation, trade, exchange and joint action that could be developed and built to achieve the aspirations of strengthening relations between the United Arab Emirates and Israel under the umbrella of the Abrahamic Accords and to enhance the march of progress. , Agriculture, food security, health and other development and economic sectors, especially in areas such as trade, investment, technology, innovation, space projects, artificial intelligence and advanced energy.
The session was attended by Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, Adviser on Diplomatic Affairs of the King of Bahrain, the Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands and Minister of Finance Sikrit Kock and the Minister of Finance of Israel Avigdor Lieberman.
The speakers talked about the future of the Abrahamic agreements and the key areas of mutual economic cooperation facilitated by the agreement, the magnitude of the increased trade with Israel in the last phase and the quality addition it can provide to the region’s economy. The key areas that could benefit from the publication of Abrahamic agreements and the locations and opportunities for growth, key areas of trade and investment, ways to explore and enhance them and ways to use them to enhance economic growth, and key areas outside of civil society that could benefit from the agreement are the new dynamics it has introduced to the reality and future of the region. In the light.
The speakers exchanged key diplomatic, economic and business visions for the next stage and ways to build and improve them.
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