By Parag Deulgaonkar
Dubai Ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum will lead a question and answer session on reviving the Arab world and its future during next week's World Government Summit (WGS).
The summit will host 150 speakers across 114 sessions and more than 4,000 regional and global personalities within 138 international delegations – the largest participation since the event was first launched in 2013.
Sheikh Mohammed, in a series of tweets invited people across the Middle East to contribute questions, ideas and insights on the future of the Arab region.
He said that he will share his personal experience in leadership, governance and management.
The questions from the public will be addressed as part of his keynote address that will be delivered on the opening day of the World Government Summit, which begins on February 12.
On his official Twitter account, Sheikh Mohammed said he will lead a question and answer session about reviving the Arab world's development process and future.
“What does the #ArabFuture look like? Is there hope for development in the Arab World? Are we able to shape a new future for our region?” he said.
“My personal experience in Dubai and the UAE leads me to believe in the potential of this region and its people,” he added.