Yesterday, the United Arab Emirates celebrated Flag Day, which falls on November 3, the anniversary of the inauguration of State President Sheikh Khalifa bin Saeed Al Nahyan as President of the State, may God protect him, and his Highness. Dubai Ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the State of Dubai, said, “May God protect him.” Dubai “, in celebration of” Flag Day “.
At the event, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum said: We have chosen to celebrate Flag Day, the place where the world meets in the land of the Emirates, to achieve the sole goal of creating a better future for man. In the midst of this global gathering and on this golden occasion, we reaffirm the commitment of our national constants and the values under which the union is structured, the most important of which is openness and sincere desire for the world. To strengthen the bridges of constructive cooperation with various fraternal and friendly people … to achieve a day of peace, prosperity and stability.
The flag of the United Arab Emirates is proud of the commitment of the people of the country and their commitment to excellence and leadership. The symbol of the height of the Emirates, the title of its identity, the strength of its union, the stability of its structure and the breadth of its ambitions for the future … we elevate it with achievements that countries and people can be proud of. An ambitious development revival led by my brother Sheikh Khalifa bin Saeed, with the support of my brother Sheikh Mohammed bin Saeed and our brothers, the rulers of the Emirates .. Together we will reach new heights. We’re involved in shaping the future of the world around us … and we’re advancing with our banner to spread the light of hope in all parts of the world so that the UAE flag could be good news and hope for every land it lands on or where it goes. “
On Flag Day, Sheikh Mohammed bin Saeed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Commander of the Armed Forces, renewed the treaty for the country led by State President Sheikh Khalifa bin Saeed Al Nahyan. May God protect him and may his flag be the source of our pride. A symbol of the strength of our unity.
Yesterday, Wednesday, he said on Twitter: Fifty years ago, our people came together and their word met under one banner, and on Flag Day, led by Sheikh Khalifa, we renew the agreement with the nation that his banner is a source. A symbol of our pride and the strength of our unity. “
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