Sheikh Mohamed interacts with the female mountaineer team on Wednesday. WAM
Sheikh Mohamed welcomed the female mountaineer team, and praised their efforts to excel at the sport, which involves many challenges and difficulties.
Mohamed Bin Zayed poses for a photo after the meeting. WAM
The delegation expressed their thanks and appreciation for the support that His Highness provided them with, and for the wise leadership's efforts to empower Emirati women in various fields and open new doors for them, which enabled them to grow their capabilities and skills, achieve their ambitions as well as log new achievements for the UAE.
The Women's Climbing Team of the UAE Armed Forces completed the challenge of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa, located in Tanzania, as well as Mount Toubkal, the highest peak in the Kingdom of Morocco, as well as Nepal's Mira Peak, where they hoisted the UAE flag.
The “Next Normal” brings new opportunities, novel ways to learn and grow, and a different set of priorities for the UAE youth, asserted experts at the Mohamed Bin Zayed Majlis for Future Generations (MBZMFG 2021).
"The UAE’s history is full of examples of good governance and crisis management, and the COVID-19 crisis is an example that demonstrates the wisdom of the country’s leadership in terms of effectively managing crises, reflected by the words of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan..."
UAE Pro League Chairman Abdulla Naser Al Jneibi expressed his deepest thanks to Sheikh Mohammed for gracing the occasion.
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