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Dubai Health Authority celebrates 52nd UAE Union Day

Article-Dubai Health Authority celebrates 52nd UAE Union Day

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The Dubai Health Authority had early celebrations for the 52nd Union Day with a series of cultural and creative activities.

The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) celebrated the 52nd UAE Union Day, with officials expressing their pride at the country’s remarkable journey of development and prosperity.

His Excellency Awadh Seghayer Al Ketbi, Director-General of the Dubai Health Authority (DHA), congratulated on his behalf and on behalf of all employees of the DHA, President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan (may God protect him) and His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai (may God protect him), Their Highnesses Supreme Council Members and Rulers of the Emirates, and the people of the UAE.

Al Ketbi said: “The UAE has had a remarkable journey of development and prosperity. We have surpassed all challenges and achieved the impossible in all fields. The UAE has become a global model to be emulated in prosperity and quality of life and has gained its distinctive position among the great nations.

“If we specifically look at the overall achievements of the country in the health sector, we will find that it is one of the fastest growing and progressive sectors in all areas, whether in terms of medical sciences and research, infrastructure and technology, health facilities and smart solutions, which are considered the latest globally, as well as in terms of competencies and human cadres and the overall distinct healing climate, which has strengthened the UAE's presence strongly in the field of healthcare internationally.”

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The Dubai Health Authority had early celebrations for the 52nd Union Day with a series of cultural and creative activities, events, and artistic and heritage shows, which reflected the happiness among the officials and employees of the Authority and also reflected the feelings of pride and honour on this joyous occasion.

DHA marks Commemoration Day

On the occasion of Commemoration Day, which falls on November 30 every year, the leadership of the authority and all employees, led by His Excellency Awadh Seghayer Al Ketbi, Director General of the Dubai Health Authority, observed a minute of silence in front of the UAE flag, paying tribute and respect to the souls of the brave martyrs of the nation.

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Al Ketbi stated on the occasion that the selfless sacrifices made by the nation's martyrs will remain a source of pride and honour for every Emirati. He said: “The souls of the martyrs will also remain immortal in every corner of the nation and the hearts of all of us. We draw from them the meanings of sacrifice and narrate stories of their sacrifice to our future generations.”

Al Ketbi emphasised that Commemoration Day reinforces the value of loyalty and is an opportunity to reflect on our nation's greatness and glory and renew our commitment to preserving our achievements and all that the martyrs of the country sacrificed their lives for.

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