Sheikh Abdullah presents the order to Moazzam Ahmad at a ceremony held at the foreign ministry's Diwan in Abu Dhabi on Monday. WAM
Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, presented the order to the ambassador at a ceremony held at the ministry's Diwan in Abu Dhabi, on Monday.
Sheikh Abdullah commended the ambassador’s role in enhancing ties between the two countries and wished him success in all his future assignments.
Mozzam expressed his appreciation of the prudent policy being pursued by the UAE President and his prominent role at the regional and international levels.
He also extended thanks for the UAE government departments for supporting him in his missions to develop ties between the two countries.
The UAE is reputed for its humanitarian approach to issues, which reflects intrinsic Arab spirit. Its role in combating polio particularly in Pakistan, is simply stellar, in short. And the person who is spearheading the drive to combat polio in Pakistan
Amad-ud-Din, a Pakistani expatriate, who came to the UAE as a young man in 1977, fell in love with vibrant Dubai and never went back. The popularity of Amad didn't stop at home.
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed and General Bajwa discussed, during the meeting, relations of friendship, cooperation and joint coordination between the two countries in defence and military affairs and ways to develop them to serve their mutual interests.
Kimbrough encouraged everyone to live like an astronaut and "think about how to reuse and recycle as much as they can, to work together to ensure we live sustainably now and in the future."
Focusing on the importance of reading, learning, and researching skills for students, the programme is being held virtually via Microsoft Teams, allowing children across the emirate to participate in all activities and events.
The new MacBook Pro laptops with 14-inch and 16-inch displays are powered by the new chips. The models eliminated the "Touch Bar" that Apple's fans had groused about and restored several connectors - including the company's "MagSafe" power connector - that had disappeared in recent years, angering some of the company's users.
Experts of the General Department of Forensics and Criminology at Dubai Police have recently developed a smart device that facilitates forensic fingerprints lifting at crimes scene, and directly match them with a special centralised database.