Yesterday, His Highness Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Chairman of the Executive Council of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, received separately Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda, Patrick Ache, Prime Minister of the Republic of Ivory Coast, and Eddie Rama, Prime Minister and Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs of the friendly Republic of Albania, participants in the course The 14th World Policy Conference, hosted by Abu Dhabi.
His Highness welcomed the distinguished guests, wishing them success in this important conference, which is an opportunity to converge ideas, visions and aspirations and produce fruitful results that contribute to formulating common visions and solutions to face various challenges and consolidate cooperation and joint solidarity aimed at promoting peace, security, stability and global development.
His Highness exchanged with the state’s guests about the friendship and cooperation relations that unite the UAE with their countries and ways to enhance and develop them to serve the common interests.
His Highness said that the UAE’s firm approach is based on strengthening cooperation, solidarity and understanding for a world of interdependence, coexistence and prosperity, in which all humanity enjoys goodness.
For their part, the guests expressed their thanks and appreciation for the country’s hosting of the conference, appreciating its initiatives and its role in embracing such intellectual forums that contribute to building civilizational awareness and express the individual’s interaction with the issues of his environment and society in an effort to find solutions to them, and to put forward ideas, visions and theories aimed at developing societies.
Part of the meetings were attended by Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence, Sheikh Shakhbut bin Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of State, and Ahmed bin Ali Mohammed Al Sayegh, Minister of State.
It is noteworthy that the conference, which will be held during the period from the first to the third of this month, will discuss during its sessions various topics and issues, including the political and economic prospects after the “Covid-19” pandemic and the lessons learned from the pandemic, in addition to the digital world, global health and technology, in addition to the economic and geopolitical dimensions. The conference also includes a number of workshops related to energy, climate, food security, finance, finance, youth leaders and other areas of interest to societies and countries.