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UAE signs international cooperation agreements at Davos

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The UAE has signed a number of partnerships and agreements with the World Economic Forum during the second day of Davos.

The partnership agreements were unveiled during a high-level meeting between Mohammad bin Abdullah Al Gergawi, Minister of Cabinet Affairs, and Prof. Klaus Schwab, WEF Founder and President, on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

Prof. Klaus Schwab said: “The United Arab Emirates has been a longstanding partner of the World Economic Forum. The complex and interconnected challenges of today require global cooperation to drive tangible, systems-positive change for the long-term. 

“The Forum is proud to partner with the United Arab Emirates and its forward-looking leadership on cross-cutting initiatives to bring this transformative approach to accelerating climate action, and bolstering trade resilience.”

Mohammad Al Gergawi affirmed that the vision of the UAE aims to consolidate its position as a reliable partner and a global hub for positive change at the regional and international levels.

He said the partnership with the World Economic Forum contributes to strengthening the UAE’s efforts aimed at meeting the current and future stages’ requirements. 

“It also strengthen the UAE’s position as a regional and global center for studying innovative government practices and developing mechanisms to support government work,” he added.

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