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His Excellency Ahmad Saeed bin Meshar Al Muhairi, Secretary General of the Supreme Legislation Committee in the Emirate of Dubai, on the “Martyr’s Day”

His Excellency Ahmad Saeed bin Meshar Al Muhairi, Secretary General of the Supreme Legislation Committee in the Emirate of Dubai, on the “Martyr’s Day”

  • His Excellency Ahmad Saeed bin Meshar Al Muhairi, Secretary General of the Supreme Legislation Committee in the Emirate of Dubai, on the “Martyr’s Day”

"On the UAE Martyrs' Day, we stand with pride to mark the great fights that the UAE militaries have faced in the fields of honor and magnificence, raising the banner of loyalty as we honor our saints that compromised their blood. Our saints are leading the way for a glowing future for the UAE and for the entire world. Our commemoration of this dear occasion is a genuine expression of honor to the sacrifices of our people, that have redefined the significance of guts, commitment, and sacrifice, stressing that we will certainly never forget those that gave up their lives defending our nation and its splendor and maintaining the reality. Our martyrs are quickly coming to be national symbols worthwhile of emulation.

The Martyrs' Day emphasises the strength, unity, and solidarity of our individuals and their real desire to address the telephone call of the management and the whole country readily. Finally, I would like to share our satisfaction, and to supply our acknowledgements to the families of the saints who have actually compromised their lives to make sure that UAE honor and pride will certainly continue to live in our hearts and minds. We are committed to eternalizing them in our hearts and memories as resources of stamina, resolution, and the will to continue defending our Union, as specified by our late father H.H. Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan who claimed: "We are dedicated to safeguarding the oppressed and the authenticity of federal government under a sensible management that places the assistance of our brothers on top of our top priorities."

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