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Sultan Mohammed Al Shamsi, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for Development Affairs and International Organizations, said that this initiative comes within the continuous efforts undertaken by the UAE to provide relief supplies to the brotherly Palestinian people in light of the difficult humanitarian conditions they are going through, stressing that this initiative and other initiatives reflect the positions of the state.
The campaign will organize new events on Thursday, November 9, at the Emirates Hospitality Hall in Ajman, and on Sunday, November 12, at the Abu Dhabi Ports Hall in Mina Zayed, under the supervision of the Emirates Red Crescent Authority, from 9am to 2pm.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) stressed that the immediate priority is to preserve the lives of civilians and provide full protection of organisations and civilian facilities, and ensure the immediate, safe, sustainable, and unhindered delivery of humanitarian, relief and medical aid to the Palestinians.
The UAE mission to the Security Council stated through its account in X: “In light of our deep concern over Israel’s resumption of hostilities and the continuing deteriorating humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip, the UAE urgently called for closed consultations for the Security Council on Monday, December 4.”
Sheikh Sultan Bin Ahmed on Thursday, honoured the winners of the eighth edition of the "Thank You” Award for employees of the Sharjah Broadcasting Authority, at Al Jawaher Reception and Convention Centre.
European foreign ministers and UN agencies called for a ceasefire, with alarm rising over the worsening humanitarian crisis and potential starvation in the territory.
The weather on Sunday and Monday is expected to be partly cloudy to cloudy at times with a chance of drizzles to moderate and heavy rains at times on some areas, especially the northern, eastern and coastal ones, accompanied by a drop in temperature, especially in the west,..