The Council of Ministers welcomed the signing of the Riyadh Agreement between the Yemeni government and the Southern Transitional Council under the patronage of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, expressing confidence that this agreement will establish a new phase of unified and effective institutional work to meet the aspirations. The brotherly Yemeni people.
The Council commended the sincere and appreciable efforts exerted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia under the leadership of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, which led to the success of the dialogue and the Riyadh agreement. .
The Cabinet affirmed the UAE‘s support for all efforts exerted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through its leadership of the Arab Alliance in order to stabilize Yemen and return to exercise its natural role in the region.
The Council noted that the Riyadh agreement by unifying the Yemeni ranks in the face of the coup against the state and its institutions represents at the same time an opportunity to reach the desired political solution to preserve the stability and prosperity of Yemen and enhance the security of the region.
On the other hand, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, affirmed that the UAE focuses among its priorities and initiatives on strengthening social ties in the UAE family fabric and affirming the meanings of unity and cohesion between all family members and society. .
This came during the presidency of His Highness the Council of Ministers meeting on Monday in the presence of HH Lt. General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior and HH Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs.
“The UAE is a cohesive family system whose stability and sustainability are based on the family and the family,” he said. “The preservation of the family and its entity is a priority in our work and our initiatives. It is the first school and the safety valve for society and future generations.”
His Highness also affirmed, “The family is the nucleus of preserving the achievements of our homeland and continuity, and upgrading the capabilities of the Emirati family to create promising generations of our responsibility.”
The family protection policy aims to preserve the integrity and integrity of the family as the building block of society. Women, children, the elderly, men and people of concern to protect them from violence and abuse in all its forms.
The policy regulates the procedures and mechanisms of work in institutions working in the field of domestic violence, and enhances the State’s directions for the integration of roles between institutions and partnership between different sectors of the state, while working to unify its concepts, forms and elements, so as to contribute to the existence of a frame of reference between the parties and contribute to the conclusion And initiatives to address the issues associated with it.
The policy includes, among other things, mechanisms for protection and intervention, development of legislation and laws, prevention and community awareness, mechanisms for qualitative training of workers and raising job competencies, as well as studies, research and statistics.
The policy will also launch a number of initiatives within the above mentioned axes, most notably the establishment of a unified database linking institutions and bodies concerned with family protection at the state level, including university disciplines in the field of humanities, social and psychological sciences specialized topics in the field of family protection, and conduct studies A standardized system for reporting and receiving complaints at the state level, as well as building and implementing standards for primary prevention and the issuance of a law and strategy for family protection and others
In the legislative affairs, the Council adopted during its session the executive regulation of the law of volunteerism, which aims to organize volunteer work in the UAE and promote it and disseminate it in the UAE society to be a culture that contributes to the promotion of community cohesion and national belonging, which includes the regulations and conditions for the practice of volunteer work, and registration of volunteer teams, The system of work of the teams, obligations and regulators, as well as the conditions of work outside the country.
The Council also adopted the executive regulation of the Federal Law on Veterinary Products, which comes within the framework of developing and updating the legislation related to livestock in the country, by regulating the use and circulation of veterinary products in order to enhance the rates of biosecurity and prevention of animal diseases. Circulation and control controls to minimize abuses resulting from malpractice in the trading process that may adversely affect animal health.
Regarding the organizational affairs, the restructuring of the Emirates Post Group Council was chaired by Mohammed Sultan Al-Qadi, and the membership of Tariq Ahmed Al-Wahidi, Abdul Wahed Abdul Rahim Al-Olama, Majid Bin Dalmouk Al-Falasi, Hessa Abdul Razzaq Al-Awama, Ahmed Mohammed Aqeel Qasim Al-Qasim, and Ahmed Mohammed Al-Awadi. And Tariq Abdul Qadir bin Hindi.
In the government reports, the Council was briefed on the results of the second meeting of the Emirates Council for Climate Change and Environment in 2019, as part of the follow-up progress of government projects and initiatives.
In international relations, the Council adopted and ratified a number of agreements, including the ratification of an agreement between the Government of the State and the Government of the Republic of Suriname on the exemption of visa requirements for passport holders, the ratification of an agreement with the Government of Jamaica on mutual visa exemption arrangements, and an agreement with the Government of the Czech Republic On economic and technical cooperation, together with an agreement with the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan on cooperation and mutual administrative assistance in customs matters.
The establishment of state embassies in Mauritius and Sierra Leone.