January 30, 2023

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Coronation of the winners of the “UAE Challenge for Tactical Teams”

Maj. Gen. Abdullah Ali al-Khaidi, director of the Department of Public Works, Facilities and Emergency Situations, crowned the winners of the first three places, where the Chechen team topped the list by introducing the UAE Tactical Group Challenge 2022. 41 teams representing 24 countries will take part in the training city in Al Ruwaia Square in Dubai. Abu Dhabi Police Team (B) took second place and Sharjah Police Team (B) took third place.

The strongest teams and tactical units compete to break their record set in previous editions and win financial prizes estimated at $ 170,000 for the top three places in all five tournaments. The United Arab Emirates is participating in this challenge with 10 teams representing the Ministry of Interior, Dubai Police General Command (A and B), Abu Dhabi Police General Command (A and B), Sharjah Police General Command (A and B) and Ross. Police General Command Tent, Fujairah Police Headquarters and Ajman Police Headquarters.

In the training city in the Al Ruwaiya area, the competitions were launched in the presence of Maj. Gen. Abdullah Ali Al Qaeda, Director of the Public Sector for Organizations Security, Facilities and Emergencies, and the Director of the Public Sector of Transport and Rescue. , Dr. Mohammed Nasser Al Razoki, and many other directors of public administrations and police stations under the General Command of the Dubai Police, in addition to the leaders of the teams participating in the event.

The first day featured 33 teams from around the world. The only challenge on the first day was to rescue the hostage (tactical match) Chechen team reached the finish line in 37.54 seconds and won first place with a prize of $ 5,000. The Sharjah Police (B) team finished third in 40.61 seconds (2000) and reached the dollar in 41.69 seconds, while the Abu Dhabi Police (A) team finished fourth in 42.32 seconds and the Serbian team finished fifth in 42.62 seconds.

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