Rashid Abdullah Al Obed
Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Sharjah and Chairman of Sharjah Executive Council, has issued council resolution No.29 of 2021 appointing Rashid Abdullah Al Obed as the director of Sharjah Broadcasting Authority.
The decision stipulates that Al Obed will be promoted to the rank of Department Director on the system of special jobs in the Government of Sharjah, according to WAM.
The decision is effective from the date of issuance, and other competent authorities shall implement its provision, and shall be published in the Official Gazette.
Sharjah Media City (Shams) had a successful participation at the Gitex Technology Week 2019, which was held from 6th to 10th October at the Dubai World Trade Center. During the five-day exhibit Shams presented its various initiatives while using the occasion to communicate with various industry experts and professionals.
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Dubai Customs plays a central role in local, regional, and global endeavors to combat drug trafficking, mitigating its proliferation and addressing transnational crimes that pose substantial threats to both individuals and communities.
The conference is expected to strengthen the UAE’s global leadership position in climate action and sustainable development, in line with the vision and directives of its wise leadership.
The Mamiraua Institute, a research group of Brazil’s Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, said two more dead dolphins were found Monday in the region around Tefe Lake, which is key for mammals and fish in the area.