Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi
The new jobs will be included in the 2023 and 2024 budgets.
In an unrelated development, on Saturday, the Sharjah Police General Command organised a mass festive march in the city of Khorfakkan, with the participation of the Sharjah Police and the Police Sciences Academy, as part of the Ministry of Interior's celebrations of the 51st UAE National Day.
The festive march, which started in front of the Khorfakkan Corniche, included military performances, with the show of the academy's police band.
This was followed by a march of the various vehicles of the Sharjah Police General Command, which are equipped with the best modern systems to carry out police and security work.
The carnival event included interesting shows on land and air, reflecting the celebration in this special occasion and the community interaction with the national and community events organised by the Ministry of Interior and Sharjah Police.
On this occasion, Major-General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, congratulated the wise leadership and the people of the UAE on the occasion of the 51st UAE National Day.
This was announced by Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, via the Direct Line Programme broadcast live from Sharjah Radio and TV.
Sheikh Sultan toured the school’s building, which includes a section for kindergarten, a section for classrooms for the grades (2 to 6), administration facilities, a stage, other classrooms and various facilities for activities, sports and entertainment, among others.
Sharjah Ruler mentioned that a specialised department concerned with agriculture, livestock, and fisheries would be established to take care of the three areas that provide food sufficiency and support the environment's preservation.
Dr Sheikh Sultan stressed the need to cooperate with institutions concerned with cultural affairs, support writers and intellectuals, and revive cultural activities to enhance and preserve the Arabic language and heritage.
Turkish and Syrian disaster response teams report more than 5,600 buildings have been flattened across several cities, including many multi-storey apartment blocks that were filled with sleeping residents when the first quake struck.
The pension law applies to Emiratis working in the federal, local government and private sectors in the UAE, with exception to individuals employed in the private sector and local government in Abu Dhabi, as well as in the local government sector in Shariah.
In a statement on Monday, Al-Budaiwi affirmed the GCC member states' solidarity with the Turkish and Syrian peoples, wishing the injured a quick recovery.