The pandemic messed up the world’s travel plans for around 2 years. And be a commoner or royal family, everyone suffered. But finally, as we approach towards endemic, travel is getting accessible for all. Along with the public, a member of the royal family made a recent travel expedition to Dubai. Prince William flew down to Dubai on 9th Feb for the first time in two years.
Purpose Of Prince William’s Visit To Emirates
Duke will be in Dubai for events aimed at showcasing British talent in the region and boosting conservation efforts. It is his maiden formal trip to the United Arab Emirates. The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office has proposed the visit. The visit took place during the UAE’s 50th anniversary year, it overlapped with the UK National Day. This will be held at Expo 2020 Dubai.
The purpose of the visit also includes interaction with young Emiratis. You can expect him to debate over the importance of conservation and collaboration. Anticipate the presence of the British Duke in the 2022 Queens Baton Relay. It will be the first-ever Earthshot Prize Innovation Showcase. Prince William will address the audience and listen to finalists propose their inventive solutions.
Abu Dhabi sets out ambitious plans to establish the emirate as a global hub for research and innovation in support of the conservation of mangroves during Prince William’s landmark visit to the UAE https://t.co/TdAHC4B5Px
— The National (@TheNationalNews) February 10, 2022
Later, finalists and guests will have the opportunity to discuss the innovations with Duke as part of a networking event. This will link finalists with prominent audiences in order to expand their solutions and accelerate their effect.
Prince William Visit The Jubail Mangroves
According to the British Embassy, The Duke will tour Abu Dhabi’s wetlands in the Jubail Mangrove Park. He simply wants to learn about the UAE’s conservation efforts to preserve regional wildlife from human and ecological problems.
Prince William will meet the Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Executive Office to discuss conservation and other critical problems. He is also due to meet Dubai Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.