UAE leaders expresse their heartfelt condolences and pray to Allah the Almighty to rest his soul in Paradise.
While the UAE was celebrating its 48th National Day this week, the thoughts running in my head were of when I first stepped into the country, ten years ago.
The UAE continues to soar high globally be it in economic competitiveness, innovative technologies, digital superiority, space research and even on parameters pertaining to future readiness
The UAE has announced three-day mourning during the period the UAE flag will be flown at half-mast.
President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has sent a message of congratulations to President Edgar Lungu of Zambia on the occasion of his country's Independence Day, which is celebrated on the 24th of October.
"It was nothing short of a miracle and the realisation of an impossible dream. We thank the UAE for their great support in arranging the reunion. This is an example of the UAE’s humanitarian approach, as well as of its noble values of tolerance and coexistence," they stressed, adding that it is a model for the whole world to emulate.
On this occasion, Jaber Mohammed Ghanem Al Suwaidi said that this gesture is part of the UAE's wise leadership's keenness to ensure a decent life for all Emiratis and the highest possible standard of social stability.
Truly, the UAE looks after its citizens with an intensity rarely seen in other countries. It has considerably raised the bar for the welfare and wellbeing of its people.
“Go out into the world today and love the people you meet. Let your presence light in the hearts of people.” So said Mother Teresa once. She could well have been talking about orphans. It goes without saying that Mother Teresa