More than 100 public officials from Saudi Arabia and UAE participated in the workshop
Momentum strategy comes into force
Saudi-UAE Coordination Council Platform
The joint missions of the Saudi-Saudi Arabian Co-operation Council in Abu Dhabi, during the Safar Safari 1440H, held on November 5, 2018, hosted a seminar on the implementation of Azzam Strategy initiatives in the presence of the Cabinet of Ministers and future Minister Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Gergawi. Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic and Planning, Faisal bin Fadel Al-Ibrahim, Saeed Arab Saoed Arabian Co-ordinating Council, and Executive Secretary of the Saudi Arabian Co-ordination Council, Saudi Arabia. Deputy Minister of Economic Affairs and Deputy Minister for Territorial Planning, Saudi Arabia Khalil Bin Ibrahim Al-Watban. Within the framework of the overall strategy, Aa "has a defined strategy" to meet the wishes of both leaderships and serve the common interests of both countries and two fraternal nations.
The seminar was attended by over 100 government officials from Saudi Arabia and the UAE from various government sectors. The meeting of the working group takes place following the meeting of the Executive Committee of the Saudi Arabian-Saudi Arabian Co-ordination Council in order to continue work on the strategy of Al-Azm in Jeddah last September. Ensure the effective implementation of projects in the main axes: economic, human and cognitive, political, security and military, as well as a clear implementation evaluation mechanism to ensure that projects are finalized as needed and monitor the implementation of the Joint Undertakings.
The workshop was initiated by the Saudi Arabian-Saudi Arabian Co-ordination Council, which set up an electronic platform that brings together members of the board, executive committee and working groups to complement the system and ensure the activation, implementation and follow-up of strategic projects. The platform also included facilitating the following processes and informing the Executive Committee on project progress. It provides instant reports and statistics on all initiatives and their performance. The platform offers teams a range of options, including project management, risk and risk management, meeting and meeting management, project performance evaluation, teams, and actors.
The joint projects were announced in the framework of a common vision of integration between the two countries economically, militarily and militarily, using three main axes: economic direction, human and intelligence, as well as political, security and military directions.
Joint projects include a common vision and identity of the two countries in the field of tourism, a common strategy for food security and a single fund market plan. And the common supply security system. The strategy also includes joint action in the agricultural and livestock sector, the creation of a research center for the development and resolution of desalination technologies, and the creation of a trust fund for renewable energy and energy efficiency. Both promising technologies as well as collaborative work on the digital education system, as well as for promote innovation in technical education and other initiatives.
Saudi Arabia-Saudi Arabian Cooperation Council is the best two-state cooperation model. The Council was formed as part of the agreement between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, which took place in May 2016. According to King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, God can protect him, according to the instructions of the Custodian of the two holy mosques. The establishment of a Saudi-UAE Coordination Council is based on the religious, historical, social and cultural ties between the kingdoms of Saudi Arabia and the UAE, and aims to consult and coordinate issues that are mutually beneficial in all areas. The Council has joint working groups from various sectors and fields, periodic meetings, in order to intensify bilateral cooperation on issues of mutual interest and implementation of announced projects.
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