World Government Summit, UN share visions for future
Gulf Today|October 27, 2020
World Government Summit, UN share visions for future
WGS is an annual event hosted by Dubai wherein government officials, policymakers and private sector/thought leaders gather for knowledge exchange for a better future
Mariecar Jara-Puyod

DUBAI

That elusive peace for which the United Nations (UN) was built and formally established as a post-World War II peacekeeping organization, would be achieved and the world a much better place, if everyone takes multilateralism seriously; with bias and prejudice removed against the youth and women as well as other marginalized individuals or sectors.

Distinguished panelists echoed this from the “75 Minutes for Global Collaboration” on Monday afternoon, organized virtually by the World Government Summit (WGS).

WGS is an annual event hosted by Dubai wherein government officials, policymakers, and private sector/thought leaders gather for knowledge exchange for a better future. The Monday session was held on the occasion of the UN’s 75th anniversary.

UAE Minister of Tolerance and Co-Existence Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahyan, in his opening remarks, touched on the mission of the international body towards peace, unity, fraternity, security, and stability between and among governments and countries-for which the country is benefiting. He said the UAE is re-committing itself on the UN goals and vision.

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October 27, 2020