Under the direction of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council General Supervisor of the «Dubai Capital of Islamic Economy», the Dubai Center for the Development of Islamic Economy, in cooperation with the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, announced the setting of a new date for the fifth session From the World Summit on Islamic Economy, to be held on the first and second of November 2021, within the activities of the Expo Dubai exhibition, at a time when the Minister of Economy and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Dubai Center for the Development of Islamic Economy, Engineer Sultan bin Saeed Al-Mansoori, confirmed that the Islamic economy relied heavily on The post-Corona period, as a safe haven for sustainable growth and a strong bulwark against economic crises.
Consult with partners
The decision to set the new date for the summit comes after consulting with the strategic partners of the Center and the summit, and in support of efforts to combat the global outbreak of the Corona epidemic (Covid-19), and the decision comes in light of the delay of the holding of the "Expo 2020 Dubai" for a year.
The Center also announced the launch of a series of seminars, workshops and virtual events through visual communication technology, to discuss the latest developments in the Islamic economy sectors with the participation of experts from the region and the world.
The Minister of Economy and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Dubai Center for the Development of Islamic Economy, Eng. Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansoori, confirmed that setting a new date for the summit to coincide with the “Dubai Expo”, would allow the participants to exchange experiences and work together to address the economic challenges of the sectors of the Islamic economy in the post “Corona” stage. »To achieve sustainable development.
Al-Mansouri affirmed that everyone will have the ability to work together to address the economic challenges that this global epidemic has left, by exchanging experiences and knowledge about what they have learned from lessons and what they have come up with solutions and ideas, for a better tomorrow for the future of the global economy, especially as the Islamic economy depends on it a lot In the post-Corona era, as a safe haven for sustainable growth and a strong bulwark against economic crises.
He explained that the region and the world in the post-Corona phase will go to seek more sustainable economic practices and solutions that achieve higher levels of economic diversification, financial inclusion and environmental and social sustainability, and the holding of the fifth edition of the summit will contribute to transferring the successful Islamic economy experience, and publishing Awareness of its role in promoting all sustainable development goals.
Al-Mansouri continued: «The convening of the World Summit on Islamic Economy in conjunction with (Expo Dubai) in 2021, at a time when the world is searching for solutions to the economic challenges resulting from the Corona crisis, stimulates the sectors of the Islamic economy for the next stage of growth, and also strengthens Dubai’s position as a leading destination for all those interested in activities Islamic economics in the region and the world, especially as the demand for knowledge exchange in the various fields of Islamic economics is increasing rapidly at all levels.
In turn, Majed Saif Al Ghurair, Chairman of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, pointed out that setting the new date for the fifth session of the World Summit on Islamic Economy will constitute an opportunity to familiarize the world with the importance of the role of the Islamic economy in recovering the global economy from the Corona pandemic, stressing that the economy Al-Islami provides exceptional tools and solutions that can help the world overcome the economic challenges it faces. Al Ghurair pointed out that postponing the summit for the next year was the best option, as the organization of the summit during the "Dubai Expo" exhibition will provide a distinctive global presence and demand to know how the Islamic economy contributes to supporting the sustainable growth process of the world's economies.
The Executive Director of the Dubai Center for Islamic Economic Development, Abdullah Mohammed Al-Awar, said that the aim behind holding a series of virtual seminars is to discuss and exchange knowledge and experiences, to find out the best ways to develop the sectors of the Islamic economy, as well as to keep all interested in the sector from the region and the world abreast of the latest developments In addition to the continued efforts to establish Dubai as a leading destination and forum for all those interested in Islamic economic activities in the region and the world.
The holding of the fifth edition of the summit will contribute to transferring the successful experience of Islamic economics.