Brig. Ahmed Abdulaziz Shuhail, Director General of Sharjah Reformatory and Punitive Establishments, presented the Sharjah Police Shield to the UAE Ambassador.
Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
Matar Saif Al-Shamsi, the UAE’s Ambassador to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, received a delegation from the Sharjah Police, headed by Brig. Ahmed Abdulaziz Shuhail, Director General of Sharjah Reformatory and punitive Establishments (SRPE), who is currently on a visit to Jordan.
Matar Al-Shamsi warmly welcomed the delegation, and expressed his aspirations that their visit would strengthen the relations between police services of the two countries and enhance cooperation in all fields.
For his part, the head of the Sharjah Police delegation expressed his gratitude to the Ambassador and all officials of the Embassy for their hospitality and efforts made to facilitate the delegation’s mission during their visit to the Kingdom.
At the end of the visit, Brig. Ahmed Abdulaziz Shuhail, Director General of Sharjah Reformatory and punitive Establishments, presented the Sharjah Police Shield to the UAE Ambassador, who in return expressed his appreciation for the excessive efforts made by the police force in the UAE, to increase security and safety, as well as highlight the civilized side of the UAE to various countries of the world.
Jordanian FM receives UAE envoy
Jordanian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Ayman Al Safadi has received outgoing UAE Ambassador to Jordan Mattar Saif Sulaiman Al Shamsi, who came to bid farewell on the occasion of the end of his tenure.
Al Safadi praised Ambassador Al Shamsi’s efforts in furthering relations between the two countries, and wished him success in his new endeavours.
Al Shamsi, in turn, expressed his appreciation to the Jordanian Foreign Ministry for its efforts in facilitating his duties during his tenure, wishing the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan further progress and prosperity.
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