Sheikh Mohammed said, “We had different meetings with Sheikh Mohamed… his ideas are renewed... his ambitions for the UAE have no sky... his first and last concern is the interest of the UAE and its people... the future is more beautiful and greater. With a great and noble man.”
Sheikh Mohammed revealed that the UAE economy managed to create 248,000 jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic including 100,000 jobs in the retail and 148,000 jobs in the financial, technology and communications sectors.
He wrote on the picture, "Life taught me that the UAE is first, the UAE last, and the UAE always."Sheikh Mohammed also published the same text on his TikTok account with the national anthem of the UAE.
Incorporating genomics into the healthcare ecosystem is part of the UAE’s efforts to carry out therapeutic and preventative programmes that help reduce the prevalence of genetic disorders.
"Not only have we effectively safeguarded the health and wellbeing of citizens and residents, we have also weathered the economic impact of the crisis. Thanks to the vision of our founding fathers, combined with our robust institutions and public services, have enabled us to counter the COVID-19 challenge'
Hats off to the visionary leader His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum has said that the UAE has presented to the world an exceptional model in developing and leading future government work to become a role model to be followed in sustainable development and modernisation.
The new decrees include Decree No. (31) of 2021 on the Board of Trustees of British University in Dubai; Decree No.(29) of 2021 on the Board of Directors of Dubai Cares; Decree No.(28) on the Board of Directors of Dubai Women Establishment; and Decree No.(30) on the Board of Directors of Watani Al Emarat Foundation.
Sheikh Mohammed assured the newly appointed ambassadors that they will receive all support from UAE authorities including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation headed by Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
"Our goal is for this type of vehicle to be safer, safer and more reliable. We are awaiting the report of the Ministry of Interior, in coordination with the Office of Artificial Intelligence, for the results of the tests, to take the appropriate decision.”