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Prince Charles visits Tawteen 2007 Symposium

posted on 28/02/2007: 770 views



Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and heir to the British throne paid a visit yesterday to the Tawteen 2007 Symposium organized by Emirates Foundation at Beach Rotana Hotel.



Prince Charles was received upon arrival by Executive Affairs Authority Khaldoon Khalifa Al Mubarak, Managing Director and member of the Board of Directors of Emirates Foundation Ahmed Al Sayegh and senior officials.



His Majesty met trainees and experts at workshops of the 2-day symposium. He lauded the efforts of the Emirates Foundation to advance performance levels of private sector workers and increase UAE national workforce percentage in the country.



Prince Charles was briefed on different aspects of the localization (Tawteen) process by participating representatives of governmental authorities and private sector businesses, civil society organizations from the Gulf, North Africa and the Middle East. (Emirates News Agency, WAM)

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