UPC presents Vision 2030 to ASEAN ambassadors

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ASEAN delegates in Abu Dhabi
ASEAN delegates in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi recently played host to ambassadors from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The high-level international delegates were led by HE Mohamed Yusra Salleh, ambassador of Brunei Darussalam and chairman of the ASEAN Committee in Abu Dhabi (ACAD). The delegates met with Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council regarding Government of Abu Dhabi’s Vision 2030.

The ambassadors were represented from each country comprising ASEAN – Brunei Darussalam, Republic of Singapore, Republic of Indonesia, Kingdom of Thailand, Republic of The Philippines, Vietnam and Malaysia. A presentation detailed Abu Dhabi’s Vision 2030, along with the UPC’s focus on planning sustainable and well managed communities.

HE Falah Al Ahbabi, UPC’s general manager said: “The UPC’s mandate is to responsibly plan for and define the shape of the Emirate. This ensures development of professionally designed, sustainable and well-managed urban environments to achieve Vision 2030.”

The delegates were also given an overview of all of the UPC’s Emirate-wide framework plans including Plan Capital 2030, Plan Al Ain 2030, Plan Al Gharbia 2030 and Plan Maritime 2030, with a focus on the Plan Capital 2030 Update to highlight investment and employment opportunities driven by forecasted growth in the region.

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