H.H. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, affirmed that the advanced government work system formed the basis from which the various paths of development renaissance the country is experiencing, and that continuing to develop this system constitutes one of the basic capabilities during the fifty-year journey. The upcoming period, during which the federal government seeks to achieve more achievements and successes that meet the aspirations of the Emirati leadership, the people and the Emirati people.
This came during His Highness chairing, yesterday, the meeting of the Ministerial Council for Development, which was held at Qasr Al Watan Complex in the capital, Abu Dhabi, and discussed a number of initiatives and topics aimed at supporting the government work system and continuing its development to meet the requirements of the future stage.
The agenda of the council meeting included discussing the regulation of competition in the country, measures to protect it, establishing principles of fair competition and addressing practices that negatively affect it.
The Council discussed a draft federal law submitted by the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure regarding the regulation of linking distributed renewable energy production units to the electrical grid, with the aim of regulating the process of linking renewable energy units to service provider networks, defining the responsibilities of service providers and the obligations of renewable energy producers, and the general terms of the linkage agreement, consumption and export The electric energy produced and the annual limit for the connection.
The council also discussed the proposal of the Ministry of Industry and Advanced Technology regarding the policy of research and development governance aimed at establishing a national system for research and development, unifying its directions and efforts to build a knowledge-based economy, by drawing a unified and clear road plan for the research and development system, in addition to working to attract expertise and specialized talents, and promoting The country’s position as a global center for science, technology, research and development.
The Council was briefed on the mechanisms for preparing standard specifications, technical legislation and mandatory regulations, and directing technical work on developing the legislative system for standard specifications and mandatory regulations.
The meeting’s agenda included discussing the outcomes of the modern agricultural sector development working group. The council also discussed a draft federal law amending some provisions of the law on practicing the profession of veterinary medicine, in a way that supports the system of biosecurity and environmental safety in the country.
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