A combo image shows Saudi flag emblazoned on the Burj Khalifa.
The UAE celebrated Saudi Arabia's 90th National Day on Wednesday with pomp and vigour, while adhering to government guidelines to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
Dubai’s Burj Khalifa and Abu Dhabi’s ADNOC headquarters lit up in the Saudi colours to mark the event.
Burj Khalifa lit up in green and white to celebrate the joy, the achievements, and pride of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Burj Khalifa’s Twitter account said, “One sky unites us, and our history narrates tales of brotherhood and unity that forever remain unchanged. We wish our friends and brothers in Saudi Arabia peace and prosperity.”
ADNOC group shared a tweet which said,“Today, we are proud to celebrate #saudinationalday90…”
Dubai International Airport said on Twitter, “This Saudi National Day, we’re delighted to welcome back Saudi Airlines, once again operating regular services from DXB to Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam.”
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On the other hand, the flag of Saudi Arabia embellished Abu Dhabi International Airport in celebration of the National Day of the Kingdom, marking the close ties between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, especially in the fields of air transport and cargo.
Waleed Salem Al Hemeiri, Acting Deputy Chief Operations Officer at Abu Dhabi Airports, commented: “The United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have enjoyed many years of close, fraternal ties, and it is our pleasure to mark that continued relationship today at Abu Dhabi International Airport. Abu Dhabi has taken extensive steps during the pandemic to ensure the safety of all living in the city, and as the Kingdom recommences international flights, we want to reassure Saudi nationals of their safety in visiting Abu Dhabi.”
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The Burj Khalifa’s official Twitter account said, “Burj Khalifa lights up in honour of Bahrain National Day, wishing all the people of the Kingdom of Bahrain a year filled with prosperity and success.”
Sheikh Mohammed tweeted, “All the best to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its leadership. The Saudi National Day every year is a dear occasion to all of us; an occasion to express our fraternal relations and love and move to a better and more prosperous future for two peoples combined by a limitless ambition.”
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Dubai’s Burj Khalifa wrote on Twitter, “Let us celebrate 50 glorious years of growth, progress and prosperity of our nation as we look forward to the next 50 years!” The Dubai International Airport also marked the national day celebrations at its premises.
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