As if Dubai wasn't grandiose and luxurious enough, it went ahead and outdid itself ... with a tiny gesture. The emirate customized an entry stamp for non-other than Twitter's CEO, Jack Dorsey, to honor his first visit to the UAE. 

"Welcome @Jack" is written on the stamp, with the ever-famous blue logo of Twitter and a silhouette of Dubai's skyline as a centerpiece. 

Dorsey, co-founder and CEO of both social media platform Twitter and mobile payments company Square, landed in the emirate on Monday to launch the #YouthForGood initiative - a first in the world.

He met with Deputy Ruler of Dubai Sheikh Maktoum Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Minister of State for Youth Affairs Shamma Al Mazrui, and the UAE's Youth Hub.

"The UAE represents positive change and hope in our Arab region and we are keen to encourage our young people to harness the power of online platforms such as Twitter to create a positive impact on their communities. #YouthForGood is a significant initiative in this direction," said Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, concerning the initiative. 

The tech and community-based action aims at empowering the youth and bringing them together to spread knowledge and positivity on the platform. It also aims at promoting "the use of Twitter to support humanitarian and social causes and sustain a culture of volunteering among youth in the region and the world," Khaleej Times reported

A competition will take place during the next few months, in which groups of three to five individuals will tackle topics they're passionate about "through civic engagement, volunteering or charitable partnerships."

"Dubai and Twitter share many aspects in common. Both stand as global hubs open for people, build bridges of understanding and dialogue among nations and represent platforms to nurture youth's energies and creativity," Sheikh Maktoum tweeted on the occasion.

But that wasn't all he did to commemorate Dorsey's visit. The Deputy ruler of Dubai and the newlywed created a Twitter account while meeting with @Jack. He got his account verified on the spot and gained 15,900 followers in 23 hours, as well. 

Dorsey is currently on a world tour - #TweepTour - through which he's visiting all of Twitter's 35 offices, including Dubai's (the only one in the Arab region).  

According to The National, he's already been to Dublin, London, Hamburg, Paris, Madrid, Brazil, Mexico, South Korea, and Singapore.

The #YouthForGood initiative isn't all too surprising, especially that it's coming from a social media platform doing its best to eliminate all harmful online content. 

"We are now removing 2.5x more Tweets that share personal information and 38 percent of abusive tweets that are taken down every week are being proactively detected by machine learning models," Dorsey said.