Emirates News Agency – Newspaper Articles

ABU DHABI, August 14 / WAM / The local papers issued this morning have covered the advance of education in the UAE, whose role has gone beyond providing knowledge and science to students to build the foundations of society protect, strengthen its bonds and protect it from any negative influences or destructive ideas.

In their editorials, newspapers also pointed to the Libyan scene and the nomination of United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres for Senegalese diplomat Abdullah Bathili as the international organization’s new special envoy in Libya, providing an opportunity for greater African commitment to end the crisis in this Arab country.

Under the title “Education of International Standards”, the newspaper “Al Bayan” said that the UAE has paid great attention to the education sector since its inception, and in recent decades, the attention of the wise leadership has focused on strengthening the efforts to have an education system that competes with what is comparable in developed countries, all its capabilities to achieve its goals.

She explained that the start of the education process in the Emirates has been at a rapid pace since the union’s inception, and so far it has recorded milestones that have witnessed and are still making great efforts by the state to promote education. developing in terms of quantity and quality at all levels as education has shifted from scribes to teaching at the touch of a button. Smart panels, all the way to distance learning platforms.

The paper noted that the “UAE Centennial 2071” has identified the key features of the focused education to be provided to ensure that future generations are equipped and qualified to serve their society. Ethical and National Values ​​and the Promotion of Positivity , teach students the principles of looking ahead, instill a culture of openness among students, develop mechanisms to explore individual talents for students from the early school stages, and ensure that Emirati universities are on the lists of the best universities world, which are attractive to students, academics and researchers from all over the world.

At the end of the editorial, the “declaration” emphasized that the responsibility and role of the education system is broader than just providing knowledge and science to students, but goes far beyond protecting the foundations of society, strengthening its ties and protecting it from any negative influences or destructive ideas, noting that UAE continues to work from this point of view through the Ministry of Education. To consolidate the system of community values ​​and culture in the school curricula and to promote teaching practices and modern learning methods to to ensure the education of a generation armed with science, knowledge, values ​​and high morals, to contribute to the rebirth of its country, through the important roles entrusted to it by the development of society and the advancement of its country.

The newspaper Al-Khaleej, for its part, considered that the appointment of Antonio Guterres, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Senegalese diplomat Abdullah Bathili, as the new special envoy of the international organization in Libya, is an appropriate option, given the extremely complex circumstances left behind by former UN adviser Stephanie Williams.

The paper said – under the title “Libya .. and the new envoy” – the appointment of Senegalese, Abdullah Bathili, comes at a crucial moment when the political process is witnessing unstable situations that leave it at a crossroads and amid maximum placing possibilities between success in completing the paths of a political solution and ending the crisis or repeating failures and retreating into controversies. Old and back to square confrontation.

She added that the contribution of former UN adviser, Stephanie Williams, was prominent, but the fragility, stagnation, constitutional blockade and power-sharing in Libya still cloud the situation, with disagreements among political leaders on many issues, the escalation of clashes between Tripoli militias and the renewed conflict over control of the National Oil Corporation.

The paper noted that the Senegalese diplomat has significant experience and expertise, in addition to the necessary academic specialization in the continent’s conflicts, as he served as the Environment and Energy Minister and ran for president in his country in 2007. level, he assumed the tasks of mediation and reconciliation in political crises in the Republic of Mali and Central Africa. It is not a new emergency on the Libyan scene and its intertwined complexity, as last year he chaired the Strategic Review Committee for the work of the United Nations Mission in Libya.

She explained that the choice of this experienced Senegalese mediator offers the opportunity for greater African involvement in efforts to end the crisis in Libya, as African Union leaders have expressed a desire on several occasions to increase the Union’s contribution to international diplomatic efforts to resolve the crisis and help Libyans find political solutions that end the transition periods. She pointed out that African interest in broad participation in the efforts to put an end to the Libyan conflict in particular lies in the possibility of addressing the security challenges of the continuation of the crisis on the files of the fight against terrorism and illegal immigration.

At the end of his editorial, “Al-Khaleej” said the vote on the selection of Bathili coincides with a scheduled session of the Libyan parliament to discuss the dossier of the division of sovereign positions, which is one of the main contentious dossiers among the leaders because of the difference in views on the methods, mechanisms and criteria for selecting and allocating these positions and the names of candidates to take over sovereign positions. She pointed out that the discussions in parliament are a suitable starting point for the new head of the mission of the United Nations, because of the importance of the topics he discusses, which reflect the recent obstacles to achieving a national consensus leading to the unification of the sovereign institutions of the state and paving the way for holding of elections.

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