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Jihan Shuaib, Staff Reporter
Based on the directives of His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, preparations are under way to start implementing a park called the ‘Andalusian Park’ in the lands behind the Sharjah Mosque. The park will contain waterways, fountains, lakes, seating areas, restaurants, and more.
This was announced through the Direct Line programme broadcast live on Sharjah Radio and TV in response to a caller’s request for a park to be provided in that area.
Meanwhile, the Hamriyah Public Market is scheduled to open soon and will include various shops to serve the inhabitants and passersby, mediaman Mohammed Khalaf revealed.
The market consists of two floors.The first will contain offices, a clinic, a teaching institute and others. Work is also under way in a service road in Hamriya East after the bridge and a police station for Hamriya area near the bridge connecting the Hamriya East and Hamriya West. The projects are being carried out by the Sharjah Directorate of Public Works.
His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, has instructed the Sharjah Directorate of Public Works to set up a sewer network in Khor Fakkan.
Sharjah Police prayed to Almighty Allah to rest his soul in peace, and grant his family patience and solace.
The Ministry issued a statement saying, "President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, mourns with grief and sorrow, the death of Sheikh Khalid Bin Sultan Bin Muhammad Al Qasimi."
According to the British media, the British businessman of Indian descent Vivek Chadha, 33, who enjoys strong relations in the government circles, died several weeks after his wedding.
Rain lashed separate areas of the country on Tuesday, as a result of the country being affected by a weak superficial air depression from the east, accompanied by an extension of high air in the upper layers of the atmosphere.
“The net zero goals announced by the Kingdoms of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain provide a significant boost to regional efforts to address climate change,” tweeted Sheikh Mohamed.
In detail, Lieutenant Colonel Ghaith Khalifa Al Kaabi, head of the comprehensive city police station, explained that a Syrian national came to the station asking for help, as he was unable to bring his wife due to difficult financial conditions which exacerbated after the Corona pandemic.