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Kunio Mikuria: We are confident that the UAE will impress once again at the WTO Conference

Dubai (UrduPoint/Pakistan Point News – 28th Jan, 2023) The Secretary General of the World Customs Organization (WTO) Honorable Kunio Mikuria has expressed his confidence in the United Arab Emirates to once again amaze the world when it hosts the 13th edition of the festival.Ch The WTO Ministerial Conference at the beginning of next year and the COP28 Conference at the Expo in Dubai at the end of this year.

In a recorded speech at the International Customs Day Forum organized by Dubai Customs in its 6th editionCh Customs week, Mikuria said;

“After the successful organization of Expo 2020, the UAE will continue to host world-class events. I am confident that the UAE will continue to demonstrate to the world the effectiveness of modern customs services in supporting global events. I congratulate the International Customs Day.

I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate you on your administration’s innovative approach to improving customs operations over the past years. The UAE is known for its use of technology and innovation, and customs are often at the heart of this national spirit. By providing digital platforms and innovations to ensure connectivity across borders. Indeed, trade facilitation and community protection remain at the heart of customs concerns, and therefore technological solutions, best practices, customs cooperation are part of the support that the global customs community can offer.

Because UAE Customs is currently leading the way in digital transformation solutions.

I would like to call on the UAE Customs to promote a culture of knowledge sharing and professional pride not only at the national level, but also at the regional and global levels.”

In his opening speech, Ahmed Mahbub Musabih, Director General of Dubai Customs, Director General of Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation said;

“The customs community today is more than ever focused on data and a culture of innovation to build intelligent data systems that enable customs administrations to enhance their policy-making role and fulfill their mission of protecting the public, facilitating trade and collecting revenue. to do

In this context, we are working at Dubai Customs to stimulate innovation and encourage employees to turn their useful ideas into innovations that serve the local customs system and increase trade, passenger traffic and investment.

150 representatives from various local, regional and international customs authorities and customers participated in the Forum. On this day, a discussion group entitled “Customs Innovations for Future Generations” was held. The participants watched a video on the topic “Al-Bairaq Island”, which aims to motivate and develop the skills of customs inspectors, increase corporate competitiveness and increase team morale. The winners of the Al-Bairaq competition will be announced on the closing day of the 6thCh Dubai Customs Week 31St January

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