Sultanate Takes Part in World Government Summit in UAE

Dubai, The Sultanate, represented by the Ministry of

Civil Service, took part in deliberations of the World Government

Summit, which kicked-off in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) today

under the patronage of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum,

UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai.

The Sultanate’s delegation to the Summit was led by Sheikh Khalid

bin Omar al-Marhoon, Minister of Civil Service.

The World Government Summit is a global platform dedicated to

shaping the future of governments worldwide. Each year, the Summit

sets the agenda for the next generation of governments, focusing on

how they can harness innovation and technology to solve universal

challenges facing humanity.

The World Government Summit organization aims to shape the

future generation of governments. This core mission stems from the

need for governments to evolve, as mandated by the technological

advances of the last few decades. The Summit brings the public and

private sectors together to collaborate with world-renowned experts in

order to help create a positive impact for citizens worldwide.

The World Government Summit organization aspires to improve the

lives of citizens across the world by empowering institutions and

decision-maker with the knowledge to shape a better future.

The Summit provides a unique platform to showcase and exchange

best practices and smart solutions to the challenges that nations face.

It comprises a wide network of leaders of the public and private

sectors, and inspires them to think collectively and creatively about

disruptive intersections between government and innovation, with the

ultimate goal of promoting development and prosperity.

Source: Oman News Agency