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Government Smart Dubai launches her Arabic on Linked In
Smart Circle Dubai government launched a formal front page in Arabic on the world’s largest professional communication Linked, which includes a user base of more than 347 million member, and that a government body as the first in the United Arab Emirates are the move in cooperation with LinkedIn, after the latter announced the launch of the Arabic version of its website.
Said Ahmed Bin Humaidan, Director General of the Department of Government Smart Dubai: “This step comes in implementation of the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, the attention of national our identity and the granting of the Arabic language priority as the official language and the language of the first communication in the state and is closely linked to our heritage and our religion and our civilization and culture, and is maintained and published a collective responsibility should combine all the individual and the government’s efforts. ”
He added Bin Humaidan: “the Arabic language and one of the approximately 7,000 current language in the world, spoken by about half a billion people around the world, has been adopted one of the six official languages of the UN body, but the Arabic content on the Internet is still below expectations, and it behooves us to be one of the races as subjects of this language to strengthen Rolling content on the World Wide Web, and to initiate the establishment of sites and platforms and pages, government and especially that address Arab youth and the next generation. ”
And became the expense of those who follow the Department of the Government of Dubai Smart on the site can now be found Linked information about the department and identify the smart services and applications and the work environment and the jobs available to them and to carry out research in Arabic as well as English.
And allows the Arabic version of the Show Home Department in Arabic and English. The same applies to the page “careers” that can be seen in Arabic to Arab users accounts on Linked and can reset the language settings in their personal accounts into Arabic in the case of the settings they have in English.
For his part, said Ali Matar, head of talent solutions in the “Linked” The Middle East and North Africa: “Through the launch of the Arabic version of the website” Linked “, has now been able to network Arabic speakers in the Middle East members, who numbered more than 14 million member in addition to millions of Arabic speakers around the world, professional development of their network, and create professional content specialist, and the search for the most economic opportunities that are important to them in their mother tongue. ”
It is worth mentioning that the LinkedIn network announced the launch of the Arabic version of its website during a special event held in the new regional headquarters for the network in Dubai.
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