UAE students abroad
celebrated the 43rd National Day, in the presence of senior
officials of those States, to highlight the achievements of the State, and the
gains made for the UAE citizen since the leadership made seeking to build humans
one of its first priorities.
A group of students on
scholarship by the Ministry of Higher Education And Scientific Research to the
United States organized a celebration of this occasion at the University of
participating in the celebration displayed highlights of the UAE heritage,
while a booklet from Abu Dhabi Police was distributed to students participating
in the celebration. The
display was attended by University students from around the world who have
shown great admiration for the advanced level of the State.
And at the National
Museum of Australia in Canberra, the Australian capital, Mr. Sultan Abdullah
Muhammad Al Yamahi Charge d'affaires of UAE Embassy of State, hosted a
reception marking the 43rd National Day.
A group of UAE students
studying in Australia participated in the celebration, with a number of Arab
and foreign ambassadors in Australia and senior political and military,
economic, social, business, culture and media figures.
The reception marked
the UAE's nature and the Gulf hospitality where visitors were welcomed with
Arabic coffee and dates, and the ceremony included the organization of a
lottery draw on two round-trip tickets from Australia to the UAE as a generous
and constructive contribution from Emirates Airlines on this occasion.
While in Qatar, his
Excellency Saleh Mohammad Al Ameri, UAE Ambassador to Qatar hosted a ceremony to
celebrate this accasion attended by several Emirati students studying in Qatar
and the UAE Embassy members in Doha.
Ambassador Al Amri, on this dear occasion, offered his congratulations and
blessings to his Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the
State, his Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President,
Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, their Highnesses the Supreme Council members
and Rulers of Emirates, and his Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan,
Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE armed forces.
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