Abu Dhabi (WAM)
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and Emirates Group Security signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Technical Cooperation to support partnership and cooperation frameworks and provide opportunities to benefit from the Emirates Technical Assistance Program in promoting sustainable development and strengthening cooperation between them at different levels and humanitarian and development areas.
The memorandum was signed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Sultan Muhammad Al Shamsi, Assistant Foreign Minister and International Cooperation for International Development Affairs, and by the Emirates Group, Dr. Abdullah Al Sayed Abdul Qader Al Hashemi, Head of the Group’s Security Department.
Al Shamsi pointed out that joining Emirates Group Security to the program will add value due to its accumulated experience and knowledge in organizing and managing training programs, ensuring women’s participation in the program by at least 50%.
He expressed his appreciation and gratitude to the various institutions in the country, which do not spare efforts to help strengthen the country’s position by joining the UAE Technical Assistance Program “UAETAP”, which is a platform for transferring the country’s expertise to developing countries, which works. to strengthen support for development efforts. He pointed out that the UAE Technical Assistance Program was established as a complement to the international collaborative efforts provided by the UAE, stemming from its belief in the importance of sharing knowledge and building the capacity of individuals and institutions to address global challenges. The program aims to continue the efforts of the UAE, and to seek to benefit from the experiences and experiences that the country has gained through its development process. The Emirates Technical Assistance Program was developed based on the Ministry’s policy related to international cooperation, in an effort to continue to strengthen its role and interaction in the international community and to support the spirit of partnership through shared values and practices. Dr. Al Hashemi, for his part, praised the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding and stressed that the Emirates Group’s Security Department looks forward to delivering its expertise in this area. He extended his gratitude and gratitude to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation for enabling the group to participate in the “Emirates Technical Assistance Program.”
Support governments and help communities
Dr. Al Hashemi said: The UAE Technical Assistance Program aims to support partner governments and help diverse communities achieve sustainable development goals, so we are proud of our partnership with this program, which provides best practices in training and education and enhances our international cooperation. The program deals with providing technical assistance opportunities to developing countries in the areas that characterize the UAE, which include the development of transport, infrastructure, energy, sustainability, government efficiency and the empowerment of girls and women.