King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein of Jordan
The King of Jordan wished the UAE continued progress and prosperity under Sheikh Mohamed's leadership. He reaffirmed Jordan and the UAE's deep fraternal links, as well as their mutual desire to strengthen them.
The King also wished the newly appointed leaders success in their service to their nation and its people.His Highness Sheikh Mohamed, for his part, expressed thanks to King Abdullah and appreciation for his genuine fraternal feelings toward the UAE, its leadership, and its people, wishing Jordan further progress, prosperity, and long-term stability.
Both Shabab Al Ahli and Sharjah did try to break the deadlock but the former were more aggressive as they created more chances in the first-half.
In a phone call, Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed and King Abdullah reviewed a number of issues of mutual interest, as well as exchanged views on current regional and international developments.
The UAE leaders conveyed the greetings of Sheikh Khalifa to the Bahraini King and his best wishes for continued good health to him and welling and prosperity to the people of Bahrain under his wise leadership.
During his visit to the pioneering station, which was awarded a 6-star rating in the Global Star Rating System for Services, Sheikh Saif was briefed about its innovative and diverse services.
The sources indicated that the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) will be the headquarters and destination for new emerging companies in the technology and artificial intelligence sector, which are looking for new markets for them in the region, supported by the system of laws, legislation and facilities provided by the emirate to foreign investors.
Those covered by the promotion decision are 205 officers, 506 non-commissioned officers and individuals, and 261 who are eligible for financial promotion.
The fifth instalment of the live call series with Al Neyadi, who is on the longest Arab space mission in history, was focused exclusively on the medical science field. The event attracted close to 400 attendees...