Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed delivers a speech about the UAE’s Covid-19 response, during a Sea Palace barza in Abu Dhabi. WAM
The decision exempts cases related to alimony and labour disputes.
The move is in line with the UAE government's keenness to support members of society and reduce their burdens during the current situation.
UAQ Ruler issues resolution exempting establishments affected by suspension of services from fees, fines
Earlier, His Highness Sheikh Saud Bin Rashid Al Mu'alla, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Umm Al Quwain (UAQ), issued Resolution No.3 for 2020 exempting licensed local establishments affected by the suspension of services from fees and fines.
The resolution stipulates that after reviewing the resolution of the Umm Al Quwain Executive Council No.5 for 2020 regarding the preventive measures to contain the spread of epidemics and viruses, the following decision has been taken:
All local licensed establishments and companies affected by the decision to suspend their services as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of coronavirus, Covid-19, shall be exempted from paying local fees due to the Umm Al Quwain government, such as fees for renewing licenses and rental contracts, and other fees or fines incurred that are determined by the Executive Council, until further notice.
The resolution aims to reduce the burdens on owners of establishments and companies in the emirate, and encourage them to continue operating their businesses.
The resolution shall be in force from the date of its issuance and published in the official gazette.
Escorted by President Lukashenko, Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed proceeded to the dais where the national anthems of the two nations were played followed by an inspection of the guard of honour and a military parade.
"The UAE’s history is full of examples of good governance and crisis management, and the COVID-19 crisis is an example that demonstrates the wisdom of the country’s leadership in terms of effectively managing crises, reflected by the words of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan..."
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed and the King of Jordan also reviewed the latest regional and international developments and issues of mutual interest
The blast was so powerful that it toppled the truck carrying police officers into a ravine, police chief Meher said, adding that the bombing also damaged a nearby car carrying members of a family. He said that the anti-polio campaign will continue even after the bombing.
Sheikh Sultan called on farmers to cooperate with Sharjah government in developing and maintaining their farms and establishing specialised farms, stressing that he will provide the necessary support for electricity and water services at reduced prices.
The COVID-19 Drive-Through Services Centres in Abu Dhabi which will remain open are Rabdan, Manhal; Al Ain: Al Sarouj, Asharej. In addition, the COVID-19 Prime Assessment Centres in Mushrif Wedding Hall in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain Convention Centre will remain open.
"I salute you, mothers of martyrs, whose sacrifices show your great attributes and sincere patriotism. You are an honourable example for us and all other mothers to follow. Your sons lost their lives in the battlefields while defending their nation..."