The concert is part of an 11-day cultural extravaganza being organised to mark the country’s remarkable 50-year journey, which is replete with memorable achievements.
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The massive success of the emirate's participation was also asserted by the thousands of pavilion visitors, who said that Sharjah’s diverse cultural events were the highlight of this year's event.
Over the course of four days, a number of Emirati authors led a series of workshops and seminars highlighting the UAE's achievements and introduced them to the Emirati and Arab cultures.
The delegation’s itinerary began with a tour guided by Chase F. Robinson, Director of Smithsonian’s Freer and Sackler Galleries of the National Museum of Asian Art.
A range of exhibitions of plastic arts, will also be organised highlighting political, literary and social figures from Irbid, who have contributed to elevating the city's status as a leading cultural model in the Arab world.
"The UAE has always supported aspiring artists and this enabling environment has made us who we are today," said Saleh.
The meeting discussed the history of the UAE, its various achievements in all cultural, historical, and social aspects, and the importance of documenting these achievements through research and cultural activities.
There is no doubt that Sharjah is a fortress of cultural glory, a citadel of knowledge, spearheading its drive to highlight the values of learning and tradition. Yes, it has been showing impressive progress in various other fields as well.