A view of the UAE pavilion. Photo: Kamal Kassim/ Gulf Today
Presenting an immersive experience that evokes a range of emotions, the 60-minute tour of the pavilion tells the visitor the unique history and future aspirations of the UAE.
Drones, robots, 3-D printing, and Formula One-style car building were featured during the learning session, providing an in-depth look at the field of engineering and the scale of opportunities for new generations.
Israeli Head of Mission Eitan Na’eh is looking forward to the levelling up of the Jewish State’s diplomatic and bilateral relations with the UAE in the years to come. He believes the forging of socio-cultural-educational exchanges for the Israeli and Emirati youth shall further galvanise the vision of the “Abraham Accords Peace Agreement: Treaty of Peace, Diplomatic Relations and Full Normalisation Between the United Arab Emirates and the State of Israel,” agreed upon and signed last year.
With this in mind, the World Expo shared the figures to mark UN International Youth Day, commemorated every year on 12th August to bring issues of youngsters to the attention of the international community, and celebrate the potential of the planet’s youth as partners in today’s global society.
The incident took place at an intersection of Muara Rapak, Balikpapan, about 6.15 am.
The Abu Dhabi Family, Civil and Administrative Cases Court obligated a man to pay Dhs30,000 to another man in compensation for the financial and moral harms he sustained after the former hit him with his car, causing him bruises in the right leg, right shoulder and right hand, and insulted him.
The Dubai Criminal Court sentenced a Latin American woman to 10 years in jail to be followed by deportation and fined her Dhs50,000 on charges of importing 55 kilogrammes of cocaine inside her suitcase. The defendant alleged that the suitcase belonged to another person in her home country and she knew nothing about what it contained.
In a written reply during the question hour in the Senate, the ministry said as many as 6,24000 people got jobs in Saudi Arabia, while 2,92000 people left for the UAE for employment during the first three years of the incumbent government.