The Arab Federation for Digital Economy participated with a high-level delegation in the activities of the fourth session of the Forum of Specific Arab Federations, which was held on the evening of Wednesday, July 7, 2021, under the chairmanship of His Excellency Ambassador Ahmed Aboul Gheit, Secretary-General of the League of Arab States.
The forum, which was held at the headquarters of the branch of the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport in the new city of El Alamein in the Arab Republic of Egypt, discussed a number of important topics, foremost of which was how to make the best use of digital transformation opportunities, and maximize the use of artificial intelligence applications in the countries of the Arab region.
The events dealt with following up on the implementation of the recommendations of the previous session of the “third” forum, which was held in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Some successful experiences and models of specialized federations were presented, during which reference was made to the best practices carried out by the Arab Federation for Digital Economy towards digital transformation, foremost of which is: Vision The Arab Digital Economy Index, the Arab Digital Economy Index, and some projects that the Federation is studying, such as the Arab African e-commerce project , and the Arab Digital University project.
The Forum of Specialized Quality Unions aims to discuss the required role of Arab federations as Arab expertise houses, within the framework of the joint Arab action system and to consider how Arab countries can benefit from these federations and interact with their activities and programs to meet the challenges facing the Arab region and the proposals and initiatives to develop and activate the work of specific Arab federations specialized.
It is worth noting that the Arab Federation for the Digital Economy joined the Forum of Specialized Quality Unions earlier, in a step consistent with the Union’s goals in support of spreading the culture of the digital economy, as the Union’s vision aims to become a possible partner to build advanced and sustainable digital economies in the Arab world that positively affect the quality of the digital economy. Life for the Arab citizen, by supporting digital transformation plans, financial inclusion, and developing the knowledge, legislative and technological infrastructure, by presenting an evaluation vision that looks forward to the future for stakeholders in the Arab world.