The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah participated in the World Government Summit in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Summit will be from Monday to Wednesday and a number of heads of states, governments and international organizations will be in attendance. 

During the opening day, Dbeibah met with Serbian Prime Minister, Rwandan President, Egyptian Prime Minister, World Health Organization's Head, and Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister, according to what was reported by the government media office.

The World Government Summit is an annual event held in Dubai and brings together government leaders to conduct a global dialogue on government policies with a focus on future issues, technological innovation and other topics.

The Summit serves as a center for exchanging knowledge among government officials, leaders, policy makers and private sector leaders. It is also an analysis platform for future trends, issues and opportunities facing humanity. The Summit hosts more than 90 speakers from 150 participating countries, in addition to more than 4000 participants.