UAE, Australia in ‘knowledge exchange’ talks
Dubai, March 24, 2009
The Dubai School of Government (DSG) and Australian Foreign Ministry officials have held talks focused on DSG’s offerings and possible areas of collaboration in the exchange of knowledge.
The DSG hosted yesterday (March 23) a high-level delegation led by Stephen Smith, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs at its premises.
Several senior officials including Jeremy Bruer, Australian Ambassador to the UAE, and heads of companies and government organisations were part of the delegation.
Nabil Alyousuf, executive president and vice-chair of the board of trustees of the DSG and Dr Tarik Yousef, DSG dean received the delegation.
The DSG, established in 2005, is a research and teaching institution focusing on public policy in the region. – TradeArabia News Service
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