Ministry of Justice officials: UAE is a global model for empowering youth

Abu Dhabi (WAM)

Adviser Salem Al Zaabi, Acting Head of the Department of Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Prosecution at the Public Prosecution Service, Chair of the Youth Council of the Ministry of Justice, confirmed that the UAE has become a global model for supporting and empowering young people and investing their energies, thanks to the efforts and guidance of our wise leadership, who have given the youth the utmost attention, care and support. Their participation and contribution in building the UAE based on its belief in the youth category as they are the real wealth of the nation, sustainable energy in the journey of construction and development, and the key partners in making the prosperous future of the country. It sought to bring the principles and values ​​of innovation, challenge and leadership into the hearts of young people, which were an important incentive for them to work with a promising vision of the future to meet all challenges, achieve achievements in all areas and advance human society.
Adviser Saud Buhendi, Vice-Chairman of the Youth Council of the Ministry of Justice, emphasized that the youth leadership in many departments and their presence in all committees and teams of the Ministry of Justice is an important pillar in building the future of the UAE, and an essential part of giving back to this precious country.
He said: The statement of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and ruler of Dubai, “may God protect him”, that “governments cannot build solid development for their people without a real partnership with their youth” reflects the extent of the will of the wise leaders to involve the youth in the building of the nation, and this is what we in the ministry are trying to translate into practice thanks to the support and authorization of His Excellency the Minister of Justice, so that the youth of the Ministry have an active role in decision-making and participation in the development of the work system.
Ahmed Abdul Rahman Al Shamiri, Chief Anti-Money Laundering Auditor at the Ministry of Justice, said: We have learned from wise leadership that the UAE’s greatest achievement is empowering young people and building young leaders who be able to bring about change and innovation, and to achieve results. and overcoming crises. He is part of the National Technical Team for Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism, contributing to the preparation of the country’s assessment file, and representing the country before relevant international forums such as the Financial Action Group (FATF).
Maryam Al Ketbi, responsible for the implementation, coordination and follow-up of the Office of the Minister of Justice, said: “Young people are an extension of generations who have accomplished great achievements, generations from whom we draw lessons and lessons in leadership and leadership. Willingness, which qualifies us to maintain and advance the achievements of the great generations that have come before us.

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