The garden features 4,000 UAE flags arranged to create the portrait of Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed, honouring his ambitious vision and leading contributions to the UAE’s development.
This came during a ceremony held at Qasr Al Watan, which began with the raising of the UAE flag by Sheikh Mansour with the national anthem playing in the background.
Sheikh Hamdan said on Twitter, “The UAE flag rises with pride, narrating the story of a wise leadership and a nation that achieves the impossible.
The Emirati people and the residents of the United Arab Emirates celebrated the Flag Day with enthusiasm and respect which shows the great commitment of the country. There is no doubt that the country’s Flag is the symbol of its unity, strength and future. The way the United Arab Emirates’ nation celebrated Flag Day is exemplary and laudable (“UAE Rulers mark Flag Day with patriotic messages,” Nov.3, Gulf Today website).
The annual celebration is an expression of belonging and loyalty to the UAE and the principles of its founding fathers. The day celebrates a sense of unity and coexistence among citizens and residents.
The great nation is all set to celebrate National Day with full enthusiasm. The United Arab Emirates, the most beautiful place in the world, is gearing up to show the world the real love and patriotism of its people (“Several regions in Sharjah in National Day celebratory mode,” Nov.27, Gulf Today website).
Where there was thirst, sweet water was flowing; where there was painful paucity, delicious dishes became a regular fare; where there were unimpressive houses, picture postcard dwellings were blissfully mushrooming; where there were
The Inaugural Dubai Padel Cup, a month-long padel fiesta comprising high-profile exhibition matches with the world’s top ranked professionals and multi-format competitions for the general public, burst into a sea of black, green, red and white today as the event kick started celebrations to mark UAE Flag Day, taking place on Wednesday.
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan also paid tribute to the national symbol. Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum was present at the ceremony at Expo 2020.