Sultanate Takes Part in World Government Summit in UAE

The Sultanate took part today in the 6th session of the World Government Summit, which was inaugurated in Dubai, the sisterly 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 is led by Sheikh Khalid bin Omar al-Marhoon, Minister of Civil Service.

The Summit is an annual event held in Dubai. It brings together leaders in government for a global dialogue about governmental process and policies with a focus on the issues of technology and innovation, as well as other topics. The summit acts as a knowledge exchange hub between government officials, thought leaders, policy makers and private sector leaders, and as an analysis platform for the future trends, issues and opportunities facing humanity. The summit hosts over 130 speakers from 140 participating countries along with over 4000 attendees.

The delegation accompanied Sheikh al-Marhoon comprised Abdulmalik bin Abdullah al-Hina’ei, Advisor of the Finance Ministry, Dr. Hilal bin Ali al-Hina’ei, Secretary General of The Research Council, Saud bin Salim al-Bulushi, Undersecretary of the Education Ministry for Educational Planning and Human Resources Development, Sayyid Salim bin Musallim al-Busaidi, Undersecretary of the Civil Service Ministry for Administrative Development Affairs, Talal bin Sulieman al-Rahbi, Assistant Secretary General of the Supreme Council for Planning, Dr. Khalid bin Said al-Jaradi, Sultanate’s Ambassador to the UAE, Dr. Salim bin Sultan al-Raziqi, CEO of the Information Technology Authority and a number of government officials in the Sultanate.

Source: Oman News Agency