Abu Dhabi‚Äôs leading Arabian-inspired luxury hotel Bab Al Qasr Hotel played host to the Fourth Arab Conference for Administrative Reform and Development held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs in the United Arab Emirates.
The conference organized under the theme, ‚ÄėAdministration between the Public and Private Sectors: Heading towards Institutional Excellence‚Äô took place between 19th and 21st November.
The event saw the attendance and participation of influential Arab leaders such as HE Mr. Sulaiman bin Abdullah Al-Hamdan, the Minister of Civil Service for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, HE Mr. Mohamed Ben Abdelkader, the Minister Delegate to the Head of Government in charge of the reform of the Administration and the Civil Service of the Kingdom of Morocco, HE Mr. Mousa Abu Zaid, Chairman of the General Personnel Council of Palestine, HE Dr. Al ‚Äď Sadiq Al- Hadi Al ‚Äď Mahdi, Minister of Human Resources Development¬†of Sudan, and Dr. Nasser Al-Qahtani, Director General of the Arab Organization for Administrative Development.
‚ÄúWe, at Bab Al Qasr Hotel are proud to being instrumental in making the 4th Arab Conference for Administrative Reform a success,‚ÄĚ said Murshed Al Shamsi, Bab Al Qasr Hotel‚Äôs Director of Protocol.
The conference aimed to discuss the development process of government administration and public service rendering in all stages of public administration and development starting from the reform stage, towards the development stage, and ending with the modernization stage.
¬†‚ÄúThe fact that it is being held in Abu Dhabi is a reflection of the emirate‚Äôs strength. Being associated with this landmark event reinforces our mission towards supporting the UAE‚Äôs vision to be an innovative leader in foreseeing the future, and achieve leadership and excellence in administrative practices,‚ÄĚ concluded Mr Al Shamsi.
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