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Sheikh Hamdan sends touching letter to Dubai Government staff on New Year 2021

Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

Syed Shayaan Bakht, Staff Reporter

Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council of Dubai, sent a moving letter to Dubai Government employees on the occasion of New Year.

The letter highlighted the challenges faced by the world in 2020, which was ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic.

Sheikh Hamdan also said on Twitter, “We end this year with optimism that 2021 and beyond will be better, brighter and happier for us all. With faith, determination and confidence, we are prepared to overcome any challenges and stick to our goals. Happy New Year to you all, from the UAE to the world.”

The letter reads, “Happy New Year!
“To my devoted and hardworking Dubai Government team,

“Greetings to you.

“Today, we end a year that held worldwide challenges, a year where Dubai once again overcame barriers, turning difficulties into opportunities. “Together, as one, we became stronger, and this is not surprising for a team founded by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid AI Maktoum. Thank you all for your sacrifice, dedication, and determination.

“I look forward to 2021, a year set to be filled with accomplishments,  where we welcome and host people from around the world for an exceptional Expo. A year that our country will celebrate its Golden Jubilee. and  stronger than ever before we will continue to build a promising future.

“To every employee, manager and senior official, to my brothers and sisters, to all of you, I say: I am proud of what we have achieved together, and because of you, the Government of Dubai continues to excel and pioneer, to rise above our circumstances, and to progress and serve our people. our  citizens. and residents.

“Yours sincerely.

“Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid AI Maktoum”

The Crown Prince, who heads the Executive Council of Dubai, said the emirate overcame unprecedented challenges in 2020.

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