Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed honours Dr Adnan Pachachi in Abu Dhabi. File
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, expressed his deepest regret with loss of Dr Adnan Pachachi, who passed away on Sunday.
Sheikh Mohamed took to Twitter and said, “We have lost a dear man and a true friend… He has worked with Sheikh Zayed sincerely since the beginning of the Union, and contributed his experience to the noble attitudes in the delivery of the voice of the UAE to the world… May God have mercy on Dr Adnan Pachachi and grant him place in paradise, and provide patience and solace to his family.”
The Ministry of Presidential Affairs has mourned the death of Pachachi.
In a statement issued today, the Ministry expressed sincere condolences, asking Allah Almighty to rest his soul in Paradise and grant his family the patience and solace to bear this loss.
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