A series of workshops to review the 17 areas covered in the partnership agreement between the UAE and Uzbekistan kicked off today in Dubai.
The Deputy Prime Minister of Uzbekistan leads delegation of 67 government officials to UAE. The delegation visit will coincide with the launch of 57 joint initiatives that target exchange of experience and best practices in government work between the two countries with a focus on developing services, improving institutional performance, building leadership and enhancing competencies, as well as implementing a work system based on innovation and quality through the transfer of government expertise and knowledge.
In today’s workshop, Mariam Al Hammadi, Assistant Director General for Performance and Government Excellence at the Ministry of Cabinet Affairs and the Future, gave a presentation on the proposed means to develop Uzbekistan’s comprehensive national plan, in the lead up to 2030. The proposed plan includes national priorities and Key Performance Indicators.
Huda Al Hashemi, Assistant Director General for Innovation at the Ministry, highlighted the importance of establishing accelerators in the Government of Uzbekistan to speed up government’s efforts in defining solutions to the challenges of key priority.
Dr. Yaser Al Naqbi, Assistant Director General for Leadership and Government Capabilities, focused his presentation on the development and launch of specialised training programmes to build national capabilities and young leaders.