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“Barari” Forest Management celebrates The National Day and Martyrs' Day
Wednesday, 29th November 2017
"We pay tribute to the righteous UAE Martyrs' on The National Day, which witnessed the launch of a march of great achievements." Ahmed Abdel Jalil Alblooki said.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, November 2017:
“Barari”, Abu Dhabi's leading forest management company, organized a great celebration of the glorious 46th National Day and Commemoration Day, emphasizing the pride and appreciation of the magnificent occasion, in honor of the UAE’s Martyrs. The employees and workers of the company participated in the celebration to express their pride in the achievements made over the past forty-six years, and stressed their confidence in the wise State’s leadership and continuing the march of prosperity and progress to maintain leadership in all fields, and raise the name of the State high in all fields and events.
All attendees were invited to stand a minute of mourning for the martyrs of the UAE, and the ceremony began with playing National Anthem. In addition, a video was presented about the establishment of the UAE and the march of renaissance witnessed by the State at the hands of the Founding Father, the late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, who established the pillars of a state based on the highest principles of justice, tolerance, coexistence and dignity of humans.
Mr. Nawaz Khan, who delivered the speech on behalf of Mr. Ahmed Alblooki, said, "We convey our congratulations to His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, and to his brothers, their Highness the members of the Federal Supreme Council of Rulers of the Emirates. As well as to the people of the UAE and the residents on its territory, on the occasion of the 46th National Day. On the Commemoration Day, We pay tribute before the spirit of sacrifice made by the martyrs to serve the nation, and those who instilled with their departure in our souls and the souls of our sons the values of loyalty, belonging and patriotism, so that its flag could remain high forever am

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