The President said that the UAE continues its efforts to promote cooperation among world governments, stemming from the belief that current challenges can only be navigated through joint efforts and a collective commitment to unified visions that will see the world into a brighter future. safe and more prosperous.
“The World Government Summit is the UAE’s responsible invitation to the entire world to join the dialogue, share knowledge and invest in new ideas and creative energies that are capable of creating innovative solutions to development challenges and meeting people’s expectations. of a good life. And a better future,” she said.
The UAE Vice President noted that the WGS has, over its 11-year lifespan, transformed into a unique global forum that generates inspiring ideas, celebrates success stories and highlights the knowledge-based aspects of government work.
“The UAE believes that real governments are capable of translating people’s ambitions into a sustainable reality. When the work of government is affected by stagnation and procrastination, when it depends on chance, these are signs of the end of development and the end of human civilization itself. When governments do not fulfill their mission to lead and implement changes, they renounce their right to the present and the future; They withdraw from life,” he said.
In a post on his X account, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid said: “A warm welcome to the guests of the World Government Summit arriving in the UAE, starting tomorrow [Monday]. The event brings together 4,000 specialists from 140 governments, 85 international organizations and 700 international companies. Its main objective is to foresee the needs of future governments.”
He added: “Throughout its 11-year history, the Summit has become a vital global platform dedicated to exploring future perspectives and opportunities. It serves as a catalyst for international collaboration, fostering dialogue between the government, private and economic sectors. nonprofit. Together, we aim to harness collective resources to address challenges and shape a brighter future for all.”
WGS will host 110 dialogues and interactive sessions with more than 200 prominent speakers, including presidents, ministers and visionaries, along with 23 ministerial meetings and executive sessions welcoming more than 300 ministers and an elite group of Nobel laureates.
25 strategic reports
The summit will launch around 25 strategic reports in collaboration with think tanks, academic and research bodies addressing global trends in key sectors. Additionally, 15 global forums focusing on strategy and future planning in vital sectors will be organized in partnership with international organizations and global technology companies to address challenges around the world.
A series of panel discussions and dialogues will take place during the Summit, including roundtables bringing together heads of state, officials, opinion leaders and representatives of international organizations and the private sector, all working together to boost cooperation and identify solutions to future challenges.
Several high-level ministerial meetings are also planned during the event, including the meeting of Arab finance ministers; A meeting of energy ministers and a meeting of ministers involved in sustainable development.
Highlighting six main themes that focus on various key issues, from government work and artificial intelligence to health and education, WGS will present several global awards celebrating ministers and private sector actors for their outstanding contributions to a better world. It will also launch the global ministers survey, where ministers from around the world are invited to share their ideas on crucial global issues and collaborate on creating solutions.