The General Secretariat of the Federal National Council celebrates Emirati Women’s Day, which falls on August 28 each year. During the ceremony, female employees of the Central National Council who completed 10 years of service were honored.
The ceremony was attended by Dr. Omar Abdul Rahman Al Nuaimi, Secretary General of the Federal National Council, Dr. Saif Saeed Al Muhairi, Assistant Secretary General for Law and Oversight, and Assistant Secretary General Jassim Yusuf Al Jabi. Services in the General Secretariat of the Council, as well as many departmental managers, heads of departments and female staff of the General Secretariat of the Council.
During the ceremony Dr. Omar Al Nuaimi said in his speech: Women have become partners with men at work, and their achievements testify to their giving and skills, and the power of the United Arab Emirates has gone beyond talking about women’s rights, after assuming leadership positions and after holding senior positions in various fields , Thank you for supporting its rational leadership.
For her part, Jasim Youssef Al Jabi, Assistant Secretary General for Aid Services at the Council’s General Secretariat, stressed that celebrating Emirati Women’s Day is an honor to be a pioneer in the nation of Emirati women and their contribution.
She reviewed the role of the Central National Council in the empowerment of women with 44% of employees compared to 56% of employees. As far as responsibility.
The female staff of the General Secretariat expressed pride and pride in the achievements of the United Arab Emirates in various fields, which has made the country a leading destination at all global levels and holds advanced positions in competitive indicators.
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