A videograb shows the Burj Khalifa displaying Emirati Women’s Day message.
The tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifa lit up with captivating LED shows to mark the Emirati Women's Day on Friday evening.
The Burj Khalifa’s Twitter account said, “This Emirati Women's Day, we celebrate every Emirati woman who dared to dream, create and push boundaries. #BurjKhalifa #EmiratiWomensDay #motherofthenation…”
In Abu Dhabi, iconic buildings were lit up with the logo of Emirati Women’s Day, in celebration of the pivotal role of Emirati women across numerous fields.
The Abu Dhabi Media office said, “Emirati women represent a leading international example of female empowerment, and play a key role in promoting families, society and the whole country.”
Seha said, “Proud, diligent, dedicated. Just some of the qualities, say these employees from Department of Health, that sum up Emirati women. Spurred on by the unwavering support of the founding father, they will continue to be great partners in the nation’s future.”
The Adnoc Group said, “Women are represented in every sphere, from medicine to engineering; continuing to excel throughout the pandemic. Driven by their childhood dreams, on UAE Women’s Day, they have a message for future generations: ‘Set a goal for yourself, and strive to reach it.’”
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