Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi, the UAE Minister of State for Tolerance has topped a poll of the most powerful Arab women in government for 2017, according to Forbes Middle East.
Ms. Qasimi was followed by two women from Egypt – Sahar Nasr, the country’s minister of investment and international cooperation and Ghada Wali, the minister of social solidarity. Forbes has also released a list of the top 100 most powerful Arab business women for 2017, and the UAE represents the highest number of women, with 18, followed by Egypt, with 16.
Important Takeaways from Above News-
- Abu Dhabi is the Capital of UAE.
- Forbes is an American business magazine and was founded in 1917
- The headquarter of Forbes is in New York City, USA.
Source- The National