Sheikh Mohamed appoints Abu Dhabi Executive Council members

New positions for four government leaders

Mohammed Al Shorafa, Mansour Al Mansouri, Ahmed Al Kuttab and Ahmed Al Zaabi. Photos: The National / Abu Dhabi Media Office
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President Sheikh Mohamed has made new appointments to the Abu Dhabi Executive Council, in his capacity as Ruler of Abu Dhabi.

He thanked the previous members of the council and wished the new appointees well in their new roles.

"We extend sincere gratitude to former members of the Abu Dhabi Executive Council for their efforts," Sheikh Mohamed said, writing on Twitter.

"We also wish the new members every success in enriching the Abu Dhabi Government, and its vision that further advances the emirate for the good of our society & nation."

Mohammed Al Shorafa was made chairman of the Department of Municipalities and Transport. He was previously chairman of the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development.

Mansoor Al Mansoori will serve as chairman of the Department of Health in Abu Dhabi. He has served as group chief operating officer of technology company G42.

Ahmed Al Kuttab was made chairman of the Department of Government Support. He is a senior director at Adnoc, among other roles.

Ahmed Al Zaabi was appointed chairman of the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development. He has served in key positions in the government and at The Abu Dhabi Global Market.

The Executive Council plays a key leadership role in government. The heads of the emirate's government departments all report to it.

Updated: January 24, 2023, 3:38 PM