Published on: Monday, February 12, 2024 – 6:12 PM | Last updated: Monday, February 12, 2024 – 6:12 PM
According to what was published by the Emirates News Agency, WAM, the agreement to extend the partnership was signed by the UAE Minister of Cabinet Affairs and Chairman of the World Government Summit, Mohammed Abdullah Al Gergawi, and Dr. Hala Al Saeed, Minister of Planning and Economic Development, within the activities of the World Government Summit 2024.
According to the agreement, the strategic cooperation and partnership between the two brotherly countries in the areas of modernization and development of government work, which was launched within the activities of the World Government Summit 2018, will be extended for a period of two years, during which the governments of the two countries will continue joint work, exchange knowledge, expertise and experiences, and cooperate in devising solutions to enhance government work. Developing best practices in the areas of performance and institutional excellence, accelerating government work, and enhancing global competitiveness.
Al-Gergawi stressed that the UAE, under the leadership of Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and the directives of the President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, continues to strengthen the approach established by the founding fathers in strengthening Arab cooperation, and moving it to advanced levels of positive partnership aimed at advancing… The efficiency of Arab government administration and the quality of life of communities.
He said that the partnership with the government of Egypt represents an advanced model of Arab cooperation, and constitutes a qualitative addition to the distinguished historical relations between the two countries, and translates their common directions to enhance frameworks for exchanging knowledge and experiences, and sharing success stories and distinguished government work models in various fields, indicating that extending the strategic partnership between The governments of the two brotherly countries reflect the successes they achieved over six years of work aimed at the benefit of the two peoples.
For her part, Dr. Hala Al-Saeed said that extending the partnership comes within the framework of the distinguished bilateral relations between Egypt and the UAE, stressing the importance of developing government services provided to citizens and strengthening institutional capabilities and performance measurement systems in ministries and agencies.
Al-Saeed added that the positive results achieved under the umbrella of the strategic partnership agreement in government modernization signed between the two countries in 2018, constituted an incentive to strengthen the partnership with the aim of creating an inspiring Arab model for constructive cooperation in the field of government work, stressing the Egyptian government’s endeavor to spread the culture and thought of institutional excellence and raise the efficiency of institutions. In accordance with Egypt’s Vision 2030, enhancing competitive performance, innovation and sustainable development, whether of capabilities or services, and such agreements help achieve this goal.
It is noteworthy that the governments of the United Arab Emirates and the Republic of Egypt launched, through the World Government Summit platform in February 2018, a strategic partnership in the areas of government development and modernization, which was extended in 2021. The extension of the partnership 6 years after its launch constitutes a new milestone for building on the achievements achieved by the governments of the two countries in Various areas of government modernization over the past years.
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