The United Nations has included The Strategic Common Arab Common Vision for Digital Economy in its primary library in New York. The common vision was in the first conference of digital economy, that was held in United Arab Emirates on December 2018, with the generous hosting of H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces, and with the supervision and follow up of H.H. Lieutenant General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior.
Also, some of the latest publications of Arab Economic Unity Council, and Arab Administrative Development Organization (ARADO), were included in the library. Those publications are authored by H.E. Dr. Ali Mohamed Al-Khouri, Advisor, Arab Economic Unity Council League of Arab States Chairman of Arab Federation for Digital Economy, and are entitled: (Arab cross-border trade), (Reconstruction), and (Smart Government).
Vincenzo Aquaro, Chief of Digital Government at United Nations, pointed to the importance of Arab Common Vision for Digital Economy, as it is an important source of plans and strategic practices in the Arab world. To keep up with the large global transformation, in the fields of new technology, under the fourth industrial revolution. And to emphasize the successful Arab cooperation to build digital economy, that can compete globally, through integration of Arab countries, and collaboration of Arab governments to achieve this goal.
Also, the officials of the United Nations praised the strategic Arab Common Vision, and the publications of the League of Arab States. The described the publications as a valuable addition that is beneficiary to the library.