Sharjah Executive Council Discusses Development Initiatives and Government Work

Sharjah Executive Council Discusses Development Initiatives and Government Work

The Executive Council of the Emirate of Sharjah convened its weekly meeting under the leadership of His Highness Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Sharjah, and Chairman of the Executive Council. The meeting, held on Tuesday morning in the presence of His Highness Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah, covered various topics related to government operations, service enhancements, and the progress of development projects across sectors.

Among the key points discussed was a report from the Commerce and Tourism Development Authority, addressing the growing demand for natural areas in the emirate’s cities and regions for tourism and recreational purposes. The Council acknowledged the efforts of government agencies in promoting eco-tourism, urging visitors to natural areas to contribute to environmental preservation for the benefit of future generations.

The Council also examined a report on housing for singles in residential neighborhoods within the Emirate of Sharjah. This report outlined the current legislative framework governing neighborhood housing, the prevalence and causes of singles’ housing, and its social, economic, and security impacts. It incorporated input from relevant government bodies, procedures for organizing singles’ housing, and proposals to enhance residential neighborhood stability. The Council emphasized the need to tighten control over single residents in residential areas and announced plans to formulate modern legislation in alignment with housing developments.

Additionally, the Council reviewed the outcomes of the Professional Diploma of the Official Speaker Program organized by the Sharjah Government Media Office. The program aimed to prepare official speakers within leadership roles and employees of various entities by enhancing their skills in public communication, media appearance, crisis management, and content production. The Council directed the utilization of program graduates, providing necessary support for the sustained development of their communication skills to bolster the media image of government agencies and strengthen their connections with society and media outlets.

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