DUBAI, 4th September / WAM/ His Excellency Saeed Abdul Ghaffar Hussain, Secretary-General of the General Sports Authority, stressed the importance of familiarizing yourself with the best practices and international standards adopted to raise the level of performance of the sports movement, in order to achieve the desired benefit and transfer the rich experiences of applying distinguished ones, including a service to UAE sport.
This came during his meeting at the authority’s headquarters in Dubai with Mohammed Abdullah, the Croatian Olympic Committee’s ambassador to the UAE and the Middle East, and they discussed enhancing ways of cooperation and exchanging experiences and fruitful experiences between the two sides, based on the authority’s strategy objectives to build bridges of cooperation with all sports institutions and organizations at all levels, which contribute In helping to build a strong base of bilateral relations in the sports sector.
Saeed Abdul Ghaffar Hussein pointed out that the General Sports Authority always welcomes people with expertise in various sports work sites, especially national experiences, which everyone is proud of in order to enhance the leadership of our national cadres and stand with them side by side and support them to reach the desired success rates and sports excellence.
He pointed out that the authority, headed by His Excellency Dr. Ahmed bin Abdullah Humaid Belhoul Al Falasi, Minister of State for Entrepreneurship and Small and Medium Enterprises, is keen to activate partnerships and agreements of understanding and cooperation aimed at opening new horizons of joint institutional work, thus consolidating its role as a national sports body that seeks to achieve best practices. Technical and administrative in the sports sector.
For his part, Mohammed Abdullah stressed the importance of exchanging visions and views with the General Sports Authority in light of the sharing of lofty goals and the same noble goals in order to ensure the achievement of the interest of Emirati sports and enhance the level of athletes.
During the meeting, they reviewed the possibility of holding joint training camps and specialized workshops for sports with the aim of refining the capabilities and skills of our athletes by preparing technical programs under the supervision of a group of specialists in sports affairs.