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“Barari” is participating in Gardening Week
Tuesday, 20th February 2018
Ahmed Abdul Jalil Al Alblooki: His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Nasser bin Zayed Al Nahyan's visit to Barari pavilion has given us push to provide the best ways to support sustainable development in the State.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, February 2018: "Barari", Abu Dhabi's leading Forest Management Company, has participated in Gardening Week (Zayed’s Implantation) for environment, which was launched under the motto "Sustainable Green Environment", during the period from 18 to 22 February 2018 in Abu Dhabi. The activities of the week, which was organized by Abu Dhabi Municipality, was launched by His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Nasser bin Zayed Al Nahyan, as the week was initiated by instilling a palm tree to emphasize the importance of the leading event in promoting efforts to strengthen the development of the environment, spread of green areas and parks for the green transition of the United Arab Emirates.
At the beginning of his inspection tour among the pavilions participating in the exhibition, His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Nasser bin Zayed Al Nahyan has exclusively visited "Barari" pavilion, where he praised the advanced level reached by the company through the state-of-art equipment, agricultural and engineering technology, including the vehicle transporting the trees owned and operated by "Barari" exclusively in the UEA, as the staff of Barari presented a demo of which before His Highness. His Highness also listened to a brief summary on Barari activities and exceptional efforts in developing the environment and supporting sustainable development at all levels in Abu Dhabi. In addition to the state-of-art equipment and sophisticated arrangements, "Barari" pavilion included a unique and rare types of plants from different countries all over the world, along with a number of local plants such as ghaf, sidr, where the exhibits received the admiration of visitors, in particular the groups of school students who have showed special interest in plants, learni

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