The Egyptian capital, Cairo, witnessed the launching of the first day of the economic leaders’ forum of the Economic Forum for Sustainable Development to discuss the reconstruction of Yemen from several axes, most importantly businessmen and the private sector. 

According to press reports, the founding members of the Forum were: Mr. Mohamed Abdo Said and Dr. Omar Abdel Aziz. Secretary General of the Council of Arab Economic Unity, Dr. Abdulaziz bin Saqr, Chairman of the Gulf Research Center and Sheikh Saleh Shuaila.

According to the media Haile Almzabi members of the Forum: Walid Abdulaziz Abdul Ghani and Nashwan Ibrahim Hamdi and Fouad Anam, and guests of the Forum, Dr. Abdullah bin Marei bin Mahfouz, Mr. Mohammed Al-Harbi, Counselor Raymond Kean, and economic adviser David Maisi, in addition to a constellation of economic experts and finance and investment .

It is noteworthy that this conference is the first held by the Economic Forum for Sustainable Development in Cairo, and will continue from 1 to 3 April with the active participation of its members and founders, led by the President of the Forum, Dr. Manahel Thabet, and the founding members Mr. Mohamed Abdo Hael and Dr. Omar Abdulaziz.

The forum will also be attended by HE Ahmed Sisi, Vice-Premier of the State of Egypt, former Prime Minister Mohsen Al-Aini, HE Saif Mohsen Al-Sharif, Advisor to the President of Yemen for Reconstruction, and Ambassador Mohamed Mohamed Al-Rabie, Secretary General of the Arab Economic Unity Council. Abdel Ghani, Mr. Nashwan Ibrahim Al Hamdi and Mr. Fouad Anam.

The participants were HE Dr. Abdullah bin Marei bin Mahfouz, HE Mohammed Al Harbi, HE Counselor Raymond Keane, and Economic Advisor David Maisi, as well as a host of economists, finance and investment professionals.

This forum is being held under the auspices of the Council of Economic Unity of the Arab League.

Moreover, the work of the Forum includes scientific approaches to the developmental capabilities in Yemen and the full material, human and scientific introductions that can be relied upon, the roles that can be played by the various active forces in the economy, and how to hold a high correlation between the historical work culture in Yemen and the vocabulary of the times. Digital is promising many innovative solutions in various fields.

It is worth mentioning that the Economic Forum for Sustainable Development was launched under the auspices of the Special Committee on Yemen Affairs in the British Parliament last summer, with the participation and sponsorship of advisers from the British Government, members of Parliament, the House of Lords and the Yemeni and Arab community.