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Dubai committed to accelerating development

Crown Prince says improving quality of life is a prime objective


His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai, said easing the challenges faced by UAE citizens, residents and investors is one of the Dubai Government’s highest priorities.

This goal supports the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to ensure Dubai’s citizens and residents enjoy the highest levels of prosperity and welfare, and raise Dubai’s status as a global investment hub.

While chairing a meeting of The Executive Council, Sheikh Hamdan also highlighted the Dubai Government’s commitment to continue developing its services to meet the needs and aspirations of society. This will help accelerate the city’s development journey and promote Dubai’s government system as a model for the world, he said.

“Under the leadership of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, we constantly strive to ensure the happiness of the people. Ensuring the wellbeing of the public is one of the primary objectives of Dubai’s development strategy. By maintaining high levels of service efficiency and excellence, we seek to raise the welfare of Dubai’s citizens and residents, who are partners in the city’s development journey. Having this goal inspires us to be innovative and creative in developing services and initiatives that can create a better future,” he said.

His Highness directed government entities to constantly assess the needs of the public. Improving their quality of life is one of the prime objectives of the government, he stressed.

Sheikh Hamdan further said officials should interact with people through field visits. Traditional neighborhood Majlises play an important role in promoting engagement, discussing various issues and generating new ideas and initiatives that can help raise the happiness and wellbeing of the community, he said.