The World Governments Summit in the UAE is currently underway, focusing on the theme of “Shaping the Governments of the Future”. The summit, which will run until February 14, aims to address future opportunities and challenges in the midst of pressing global issues. More than 25 state and government leaders, as well as 120 government delegations from around the world, are participating in the event, alongside over 85 international and regional organizations.
The summit, which is being held in Dubai, has attracted experts, thinkers, and officials from all corners of the globe, totaling more than 4,000 participants. It will feature 15 global forums under six main themes, providing a platform to discuss major future global transformations.
In addition, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is set to attend the summit as a guest of honor on February 13. During his visit, President Erdoğan is expected to engage in bilateral meetings with leaders from participating countries, particularly with the President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
The World Governments Summit presents a valuable opportunity for world leaders to come together and address the critical issues and opportunities that will shape the governments of the future. It serves as a platform for dialogue and collaboration, paving the way for global cooperation and development.