Dr Sheikh Sultan speaks during an event. File
The decree stipulated that Sheikh Majid Bin Sultan Bin Saqr Al Qasimi shall be promoted to the rank of Head of a Department on the Special Jobs System in the Government of Sharjah, and he shall be appointed Head of Sharjah Department of Suburbs and Villages Affairs, and be a Member of the Sharjah Executive Council.
Earlier, Dr Sheikh Sultan also issued Emiri Decree No.(41) regarding the transfer and appointment of an adviser in the Ruler's Office.
The decree stipulated that Khamis Bin Salem Al Suwaidi shall be transferred from the Sharjah Department of Suburbs and Villages Affairs to the Ruler’s Office and appointed as an adviser with the rank of Head of Department.
Dr Sheikh Sultan approved a number of new projects that the ALA will work to implement in coordination with partners from institutions concerned with the Arabic language from different countries of the world.
Sheikh Sultan visited the pavilion of the Emirates School Foundation, Sharjah Education Council, Sharjah Private Education Authority, and the MoE, where he was familiarised with means and tools of teaching children, in addition to the various educational publications provided by authorities.
Sheikh Sultan honoured the winners of the 3rd cycle of the ICCROM-Sharjah Award for Good Practices in Cultural Heritage Conservation and Management in the Arab Region; and the 2nd cycle of the Arab Cultural Heritage Award for the Young.
After the swearing-in, the Sharjah Ruler exchanged with the new chairmen talks about important issues related to the roles of municipal councils in following up citizens’ affairs and the needs of cities and regions, and their coordination with government agencies to meet the needs of citizens.
The case dated back to last July when an Asian girl filed a complaint in which she stated that her friend living with her in the same apartment attempted to kill herself.
Sheikh Sultan published photos of his meeting with the administrative body of Khorfakkan University, and he also met with a delegation from the University of Exeter.
An inbound African passenger arriving from an African country was attempting to smuggle in the drugs by stashing them in a seemingly professional way inside cylindrical vehicle engine air filters.