Welfare of Citizens is our core Strategy: Sheikh Mohammed

Welfare of Citizens is our core Strategy: Sheikh Mohammed(Abu Dhabi) – H.H. General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, Chairman of the Executive Council of the emirate of Abu Dhabi stated that the provision of well-being standards for all nationals is a key priority and a focus of overall state’s strategy.
“We have a firm belief that a leading position for our emirate and nation can only be achieved in association with an appropriate addressing of national issues and aspirations as a basic theme of our development plans,” he added.
Sheikh Mohammed was addressing the Executive Council’s meeting held at the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince’s court. The Council took a number of key decisions: approval of financial support of Dhs4.813 billion for the Abu Dhabi Retirement Pensions ‘&’ Benefits Fund, approval of additional budget to increase the number of beneficiaries for academic scholarships, and establishment of new vocational schools throughout the country to consolidate the labour market with national skills.
Chaired by Sheikh Mohammed with the attendance of H.H. Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, National Security Counsellor and Vice-Chairman of the Executive Council, the Executive Council approved a series of projects in the Infrastructure, Economic, Social and Human Development sectors related to, social security, economy, education, energy and transport. This is consistent with the ongoing effort of the Executive Council to provide the highest quality of government services for the emirate.
The Abu Dhabi Crown Prince confirmed that ensuring well-being standards and social welfare for nationals is a key priority within the overall state’s strategy, in keeping with the guidelines of the UAE President.

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