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Sultan thanks Khalifa, Rulers and well-wishers
January 08, 2012
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SHARJAH: His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, thanked all who phoned him on his speedy recovery starting with the President of the UAE, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Rulers of the Emirates and Supreme Council Members, Crown Princes, the Ministers and others.

Sheikh Sultan gave this tribute of thanks in a telecast on Sharjah TV on Saturday evening on the occasion of his return to the homeland after a surgery that he underwent in France.

He also thanked the well-wishers, who expressed their sincere feelings in the marches and reporting on TV during his recovery period: “I’m sure of this love and loyalty, and I wish I had not sustained any misfortune, in order not to put people in sorrow, pity or sadness, but it was the will of God,” Sheikh Sultan said.

“Today I returned to speak to you as usual, but I would not like to initiate all these marches and celebrations, but the brothers and sons insisted on letting the people express their happiness on my return,” Sheikh Sultan said. “I’m not saying that I have completed the progress and the project I dreamt of because of the events and the developments, I need you with me to achieve the prosperity and welfare of our country.”

Sheikh Sultan also talked about the achievements made by the municipal councils in the entire Emirate of Sharjah, including infrastructure projects, roads and bridges and other fields, including industry, commerce and cleanness to promote this honourable image of the Emirate.
 

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