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Noura Al Kaabi leads UAE delegation to Paris Peace Forum

Noura Al Kaabi leads UAE delegation to Paris Peace Forum

Noura bint Mohammed Al Kaabi, Minister of State, has led a UAE delegation collaborating within the sixth version of the Paris Peace Forum, held underneath the theme “Seeking Common Ground in a World of Rivalry”.

The Forum was held from November 10-11, and was attended by Emmanuel Macron, President of France.

Al Kaabi and the UAE delegation participated in a number of actions convened along with the discussion board, together with the worldwide humanitarian convention for Gaza’s civilians and the committee assembly to implement the “The Paris Pact for People and the Planet (4P)”.

The annual occasion is attended by heads of State and governments, along with key decision-makers from the non-public and authorities sectors and representatives from worldwide organisations aiming to discover modern options for international challenges.

It addressed 4 foremost priorities: defending the planet and the individuals, making certain belief and security within the digital world, addressing inequalities and accelerating SDGs, and constructing peace and a safer world.

Al Kaabi additionally engaged within the worldwide humanitarian convention for Gaza’s civilians, hosted in Paris in an initiative launched by President Macron. which explored the circumstances of Palestinians within the Gaza Strip, and methods to mobilise efforts from all stakeholders together with international locations, charitable entities, and lively worldwide organisations, to fulfill the humanitarian wants of the Palestinians.

It aimed to strengthen efforts to guard civilians and humanitarian assist staff, distribute aid assist within the Gaza Strip, and meet medical, water, vitality, and meals wants, along with supporting worldwide subject entities and organisations.

Al Kaabi emphasised the UAE’s place in calling for the significance of prioritising de-escalation, defending civilians, and opening humanitarian corridors to permit the rapid, protected, sustainable, and unhindered supply of humanitarian assist in Gaza, whereas reaffirming the significance of offering full safety for civilians, and the necessity to make sure that they don’t seem to be focused in the course of the battle.

Al Kaabi additionally highlighted that His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, directed the availability of pressing humanitarian assist of AED 50 million, by Mohammed bin Rashid Global Initiatives.

“The UAE (also) launched the Tarahum for Gaza campaign on October 13, which created centres to collect and prepare humanitarian relief packages, with the participation of charitable and humanitarian organisations, volunteers, the private sector, and all segments of society, for the purpose of providing aid to the Palestinians impacted,” she added.

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