UAE highlights food, energy insecurity at G20 Finance Track meeting

Share
1 min read
The UAE delegation emphasised the importance of coordinated short and long-term policy measures to promote food and energy security. (WAM)
Share
  • The UAE delegation highlighted emerging uncertainties in the finance sector.
  • The delegation discussed effective ways to promote global financial stability.

CHENNAI, INDIA – The UAE spoke on food and energy insecurity and their implications in the second Framework Working Group (FWG) meeting within the G20 Finance Track for 2023 held here on March 24 – 25.

The meeting was held to discuss the progress made on the 2023 FWG work plan.

G20 members, invited countries and international organisations attended the meeting.

The UAE delegation included Shamma Yousif Abdelghani, Project Manager and Deputy Chief Innovation Officer at the Ministry of Finance, Saood AlNoori, Head of Asia Affairs – Diplomatic Engagement COP28, and Fares Khamis Al Kaabi, Senior International Economic Analysis at the Central Bank of the UAE.

FWG members discussed global economic outlook and challenges with specific focus on global inflation.

They spoke on food and energy insecurity by emphasising their implications on growth prospects and inflation.

The delegation presented the UAE’s economic outlook in light of the current global landscape, including economic uncertainties and inflation levels.

The UAE delegation further emphasized the importance of coordinated short and long-term policy measures to promote food and energy security.

The UAE delegation highlighted emerging uncertainties in the finance sector and discussed effective ways to promote global financial stability and prevent spillover effects.

The Indian presidency had also arranged a side event for the members to discuss macroeconomic risks stemming from climate change and transition pathways.

The side event was co-organized with the UAE, as the upcoming host of COP28, where the outcome of the discussions will help guide the G20 report on the macroeconomic risks stemming from climate change and transition pathways.

The members agreed to review the progress on the group’s work plan during the next upcoming meeting, at a date to be set by the Indian presidency.

SPEEDREAD


Today's Headlines

The most important news stories of the day, curated by Post editors and delivered every morning.

Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.

By signing up you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

MORE FROM THE POST