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Ladder Championship in the starting row with “50th Race”

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Ladder Championship in the starting row with "50th Race"

Dubai – Ahmed Mustafa

The organizing committee of the Salam Cycling Championship, which is being held under the auspices of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, has intensified its preparations for “May God protect him”. Preparations for the launch of the sixth edition of the Emirati Men’s Amateur Race on December 14, dubbed the “Fifty Race”, are part of the United Arab Emirates’ celebration of the 50th Union Day, which marks the start of the new sports season 2021-2022. , Organized by the office of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum for the world’s largest and most expensive championship for amateur cycling – most of its major races are held for purchase and funding. The Seih Al Salam area in Dubai, in addition to the elite racing dedicated to the sixth session and celebration of Dubai Expo 2020, will start from the magnificent Hatta area and end at the center of the Dubai Expo, where the world will meet in January. 9.
The organizing committee is currently finalizing the list of participants based on the results of last month’s qualifying round and the previous edition of the 150 km race in the Zeeh Al Salam area. , The Championship Village will be established with the potential to be held in the Dubai International City. This will be the homeland of the rival village for the first time.

The organizing committee also announced the start of registration for the fiftieth year of the Desert Race, which is set to take place on December 23rd, as registration will run until the 15th of this month.
The premier 50th race of the 8 major races this season, the 50th Desert Desert Race on December 23rd, and the latest racing men’s hat-trick-expo Elite Race on the championship calendar will take place on January 9th. , Followed by the Golden Jubilee Race on January 18, then the fiftieth annual race for Emirati amateurs on the 26th of the same month, followed by the fiftieth Desert Race for Emirates and men living in the country on the 3rd of February, followed by the fiftieth next February 13th annual race for the Emirati Amateurs. The peace race will end on the 14th of the month as the Elite Ladies.

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Umayr bin Zuma Al Falasi, chairman of the championship’s top organizing committee, said he was proud to contribute to the national celebrations of the union’s fiftieth anniversary, and to the organization of Expo 2020 in Dubai, which has seen tremendous growth. Due to the magnificent Hatta region, it reflects a significant development for the Championship and in line with the vision and unlimited support of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, “May God protect him”, this event should be more than a competition He directed that there should be a message to ensure the status of the game and its role in the community as a whole.
Participating more than once in national celebrations that reflect the joy and achievement of the homeland, which is why we called the first race to participate in our beloved country celebrations of the 50th Union Day “50th Race”. We launched the “Hatta-Expo” race, in which we look forward to highlighting the magnificent Hatta area that witnessed the elegant celebration of the Union’s fiftieth anniversary and participating in world events. The Expo is currently the most important event on earth in terms of number of visitors and unprecedented international participation.

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Kalban Bellhole: We work with 40 international companies and 800 professionals to anticipate the future

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Khalfan Juma Belhole, CEO of the Dubai Future Foundation, announced that they have signed agreements with more than 40 international companies that focus on their future, and the goal now is to bring these conversations together and create an implementation framework for them.

He pointed out that the first edition of the Dubai Future Forum was a translation of the idea of ​​creating a meeting to discuss future challenges and we found that the result was positive as the discussion led to a better understanding of the future. In light of the importance of sharing the message. The first edition was the first step to bring together companies, at that time their number reached 4, and today we have reached 40 companies and 800 professionals, which strengthens the position of Dubai as the most suitable platform for this meeting.

He said the second edition of the Dubai Future Forum reflects the leadership message of the foundation’s establishment, which sees the Dubai Future Forum as one of the elements and programs that will advance this vision, which saw the participation of 400 future professionals last year. , this year saw the attendance of more than 2,500 participants and 800 professionals, enhancing the company’s position as a station for anticipating the future in Dubai and the Emirates, and more importantly, discussions, projects and how to deliver concrete space plans.

He emphasized that the goal now is to translate these discussions and studies as priorities align with the goals of COP28. Last week, in addition to other priorities such as artificial intelligence and the challenges of the space industry, he pointed out that the big message is that the world must come together to shape the future and tackle the challenges.

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The Permanent Committee on Human Rights is discussing improving cooperation with its counterpart in Bahrain

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The Secretariat of the Permanent Committee on Human Rights held a joint meeting with the National Human Rights Committee of the fraternal Kingdom of Bahrain in the capital, Abu Dhabi.

Views were exchanged to discuss aspects of cooperation and explore areas and opportunities for enhancing technical cooperation between the two groups in the field of human rights.

His Highness Khalifa Shaheen Al Marar met the Bahraini delegation at the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Saeed Rashid Al Habsi, Director of the Human Rights Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and member of the Standing Committee on Human Rights, welcomed the Director General of Legal Affairs and Human Rights, Dr. Youssef Abdulkarim Boucheri, and opened the meeting between the two groups. At the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Kingdom of Bahrain, he reviewed the fraternal and special historical relations between the two brotherly nations.

Bucheri, for his part, emphasized the strong and special historic brotherly partnership between the UAE and the Kingdom of Bahrain.

During the meeting, cooperation and exchange of information, experiences and best practices of the Universal Periodic Review Mechanism for Human Rights were discussed.

Both sides expressed their willingness to strengthen the framework of cooperation to contribute to the strengthening and promotion of efforts in the field of human rights.

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UAE receives third batch of injured Palestinian children and cancer patients

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UAE receives third batch of injured Palestinian children and cancer patients

A third batch of injured Palestinian children and cancer patients arrived today, as ordered by the head of state, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, “may God protect him”, to treat 1,000 wounded Palestinian children and treat 1,000 others. with cancer from the Gaza Strip in hospitals in the United Arab Emirates..

The flight from Al-Arish Airport in the Arab Republic of Egypt landed at Abu Dhabi Airport with 93 children in need of medical attention, suffering from severe injuries and burns, and cancer patients in urgent need of treatment. with 80 families..

The Assistant Minister of State for Health Affairs, His Excellency Maha Barakat, said: “This is the third visit, a translation of the good feelings of the people of the United Arab Emirates towards the Palestinian brothers. A helping hand to the most needy groups and the affected medical sector in Gaza.”“.

He said that hospitals in the UAE will provide the highest level of health care to injured and cancer patients, and humanitarian support will continue to ease the burden of Palestinian brothers in the Gaza Strip who are living in tragic conditions..

Since the beginning of the crisis, the UAE has rushed to provide emergency humanitarian and relief aid and supplies to the Gaza Strip. In this regard, the Head of State, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, ordered, may God protect him. He gave aid worth $20 million. He also directed His Highness to establish a hospital. A coordinated field operation inside the Gaza Strip as part of “The Gallant Knight 3” operation. These initiatives include the UAE’s approach and its historic commitment to support the Palestinian people and reduce the severity of the humanitarian crisis they face, especially the most vulnerable groups, especially children, who make up half of the population of the Gaza Strip (more than one million children) ), which falls within the framework of the UAE’s positions. Strong brotherhood with our Palestinian brothers.

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