Sheikh Mohammed during his visit at the International Space Exhibition and Conference at Dubai World Trade Centre.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and the Ruler of Dubai, on Monday visited the International Space Exhibition and Conference at Dubai World Trade Centre.
“During my visit today, the International Space Exhibition and Conference, in which delegations from 110 countries around the world participate and presents 2,800 research and scientific papers in the space sector,” tweeted Sheikh Mohammed.
“ I am proud of the UAE hosting this scientific event.. and proud of our team.. and optimistic about the future of our space sector and our cadres,” he tweeted further.
'Tomorrow we celebrate our 50th anniversary through our arrival to Mars, God willing. We celebrate the fruit of the efforts exerted by the late Sheikh Zayed and Sheikh Rashid to build mankind,' tweets Sheikh Mohammed.
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