Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed greets Emirati students in Germany on Wednesday. WAM
Sheikh Mohamed expressed his happiness at meeting them and was reassured them on their educational conditions.
Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, and Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, attended the meeting.
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed with Emirati students in Germany on Wednesday. WAM
During the meeting, Sheikh Mohamed urged the students to continue exerting their utmost efforts to achieve educational excellence in all specialties to contribute, along with their colleagues, to the country's development and prosperity.
Sheikh Mohamed stated that the UAE students studying abroad are one of the communication bridges with other peoples of the world as they represent and mirror the rooted Emirati society's culture, traditions and customs, and reflect the homeland's identity and cultural image to all people and nations across the world.
He also noted that the country would spare no effort to provide all support to them in achieving their goals and aspirations to obtain the highest educational degrees and the necessary skills, expertise and advanced sciences that qualify them to serve their homeland.
The students expressed their happiness and pride at meeting Sheikh Mohamed, while lauding the support provided by the country to them to pursue their learning.
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