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Barari Forest Management celebrates "Flag Day"
Thursday, 2nd November 2017
On the occasion of the "Flag Day", Barari family, the leading company of forest management in Abu Dhabi, celebrated the event in response to the invitation of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President, the Prime Minister of the UAE and the Ruler of Dubai, to raise the UAE flag on the federal and local government institutions on November 3rd, under the slogan of "Raise it High to Remain High". This came in coincidence with the anniversary of His Highness Shiekh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan being elected as the President of the UAE.
The staff of Barari has raised the flag of the UAE at the company operation office in Remah, in the presence of many managers, employees, and workers.
On this occasion, Mr. Ahmed Abdul Jalil Alblooki said, "The Flag Day is considered a national event that emphasizes our integration and support to a rational leadership, celebrating the symbol of unity and belonging. As well as enhancing the national correlation and unity that represents the cornerstone of building the nation and the genuine guarantee of its glory and prosperity among the nations.”
Alblooki stressed that "Barari" spares no effort to develop the ways and solutions of forests management, in addition to reclaiming and greening the desert lands, and spreading the environment-friendly solutions. This comes in line with the efforts and initiatives of the state that aim at achieving the sustainable development in all fields and sectors within the nation in order to build a bright and green future for the UAE and its citizens."
Alblooki added, "The unity of the UAE and its pride of its national symbol represented in its ever lofty flag, is a clear emphasis of the security and stability of the UAE, which would not have been achieved without establishing the values of love and tolerance adopted by the founding father and the establisher of the UAE renaissance, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al-Nahyan, who has laid the pillars of a justice nation that res

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