Emirates News Agency – Mugheer Al Khaili: Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed served his country and his people loved him

Emirates News Agency – Mugheer Al Khaili: Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed served his country and his people loved him
Emirates News Agency – Mugheer Al Khaili: Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed served his country and his people loved him

Saturday, May 14, 2022 – 5:44 PM

ABU DHABI, 14th May / WAM / His Excellency Dr. Mugheer Khamis Al Khaili, Chairman of the Department of Community Development in Abu Dhabi, said that Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, “may God have mercy on him,” was pious to his country and his people, carrying in his heart and mind the legacy of the late father, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, “good God.” May his soul rest in peace.” In terms of sincerity, perseverance, persistence and insistence on building a homeland that has its place among nations, we witnessed the stage of empowerment launched by the deceased in 2005, during which the state topped the highest levels of prosperity, development and unprecedented growth.

His Excellency Dr. Mugheer Khamis Al Khaili added: “Sheikh Khalifa, may God have mercy on him, was loyal to his father’s vision until the UAE became a country that is well-known among the developed countries in the world, after drawing the features of a prosperous future and a bright present. The honesty is in the best way, after he placed the UAE in the hearts of the whole world, with his humanitarian qualities and the characteristics of an outstanding leader, who served his country with love, so his country and people loved him.. May God have mercy on Abu Sultan, who will remain a humanitarian beacon that enlightens the conscience of all humanity.

WAM / Reem Al-Hajri / Ahmed Al-Boutli

The article is in Arabic

Tags: Emirates News Agency Mugheer Khaili Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed served country people loved

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