Ministerial Development Council presided over by H.H. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, discussed today the policy for educational professionals in the UAE in line with the government’s continuous effort to advance the education sector.
The Council reviewed the policy for professionals working in the UAE education sector, which involves public and private schools in the country, to improve the quality of the country's education sector.
The Council also reviewed the national ecotourism program, 'Natural Treasures of the UAE', which aims to increase the country's attractiveness as a global destination in the tourism sector in general, and ecotourism in particular.
The Ministerial Development Council also discussed the national biodiversity project for the endangered species of mammals, reptiles and amphibians in the UAE.
Also on the Council's agenda was the development of a system that links pension funds operating within the country to help facilitate transfer processes involving civil servants across federal, local, and military bodies.
Concerning government affairs, the Council reviewed the recommendations of the Federal National Council for various topics. It also reviewed several government reports.