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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, on Wednesday announced that pioneers of humanitarian work in the UAE will be granted Golden Visas.
Sheikh Mohammed made the announcement on his twitter account.
“As we mark International Humanitarian Day tomorrow, we are proud that our nation has contributed over Dh320 billion in aid since its establishment."
“We announce that the pioneers of humanitarian work in the Emirates will be granted Golden Visa,” he tweeted.
“We are not only an economic capital but a humanitarian capital and we are proud of our cadres, institutions and international humanitarian organisations,” tweeted Sheikh Mohammed.
The UAE has always placed great importance on providing humanitarian and emergency relief aid to those affected by crises around the world.
'Today we approved the granting of the 10-year golden visa to all PhD holders, all doctors, engineers in the fields of computer engineering, electronics, programming, electricity and biotechnology, as well as graduates from accredited universities who score 3.8 & above.'
Sheikh Mohammed tweeted in a post on his account on the occasion of the World Humanitarian Day, "Workers and volunteers in humanitarian initiatives make the largest and most important positive impact in the lives of millions of people, thanks to the integration of their efforts as they give their time, energies and attention to those who most likely need help and support, motivated by the bonds of humanity.”
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