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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, launched the Al Quoz Creative District in Dubai on Tuesday.
Sheikh Mohammed said on Twitter, “Dubai today launched the Al Quoz Creative District... a new destination to be added to its smart, artistic and cultural sites to achieve our goal that we announced by transforming it into a global capital for the creative economy... the District launched today by Hamdan Bin Mohammed and will be supervised by Latifa Bint Mohammed. We will all follow its rapid development soon and it will not stop Dubai creativity…”
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai said on Twitter, “Today, I witnessed the launch of the Al Quoz Creative District... a unified and integrated center to serve creative people from all over the world... provide the spaces, capabilities and incentives for them to launch their creativity... and establish their companies from Dubai to the world.”
Sheikh Hamdan also said, “Al Quoz Creative District is a new step through which we affirm Dubai's pioneering role... and that it is serious about being the new global creative capital ... and the first destination for creators from all over the world...”
The Crown Prince posted the note on his Twitter account with the caption, “In the UAE, we are one family and no one is a foreigner.”
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