Mrs Lilo said she was invited by the vice president of UAE, who are also paying for the cost of her trip.
She left yesterday, saying she was honoured to attend the summit on behave of women of this country.
“This is the first time a first lady from this country is invited to a summit and I feel very honoured,” Mrs Lilo said.
“I will present the country’s papers during the meeting.”
She said the summit will help women in rural areas build their self esteem and potentials and for the community to recognise important roles women play in their rural communities.
“The outcome of this summit will benefit our women to achieve their goals in their respective communities in terms of water and energy.”
The forum will be attended by more than 20 heads of state, more than 40 ministers, many officials and government delegations and more than 2,500 attendees, who will make this forum the most important global sustainability gathering this year.
Attendees will discuss the need for safer and more sustainable energy for all the nations of the world, especially as energy is a crucial factor in driving sustainable development.
The forum will run from 22-24 of this month.
By Daniel Namosuia
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