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Saturday, March 2, 2024

Sheikha Lubna hails World Women Day

Sheikha Lubna hails World Women Day(Abu Dhabi) – Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi, Minister of Foreign Trade while addressing a gathering held at Rotana Beach Hotel to mark World Women Day underlined that the leadership requires continuous learning, work and serious commitment and stressed on the importance of finding effective leaders who are not born but made.
Sheikha Lubna added that there are many challenges in this changing world characterised with intense competition and various challenges that require double efforts and vigilance to make a future, indicating that “our future is outcome of what we make today with our own hands, in addition to our heritage legacy”.
The event was organised by UAE Businesswomen Council in Abu Dhabi in conjunction with the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and a number of business councils in the UAE.

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