The United Nations Organization, an international body headquartered in New York, has been reportedly working out plans for shifting its headquarters in Dubai. New York City residents often complaint of traffic problem as a large number of dignitaries visit the UN headquarter, causing traffic chaos and other problems.
It could be wonderful news for Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York who occasionally opposed UN for operating in side New York. The city has to make special arrangements for its diplomats and the administration has yet to collect fines worth million dollars as unpaid parking fees.
Reports published in Business Week magazine, added, "Dubai, the Gulf Emirate that just inaugurated the world's tallest building, said it is ready to host the United Nations' headquarters if the organization decides to relocate from New York City."
Dubai, having no dearth of office space, can prove idealistic location to UN given to its strategic location and well connectivity to all important places. It can easily oversee developments taking place in most dangerous countries including Somalia, Yemen, Palestine, Iran and Pakistan due to its close proximity with these locations.
Currently, renovation work is going on at UN New York headquarter which is expected to complete in 2013.
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