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The UK's Queen Elizabeth II has today sent a message of congratulations to His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan on his election as President of the UAE.
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The message reads, "While it is under sorrowful circumstances, I offer my sincere and warmest congratulations on your appointment as President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Abu Dhabi.
"I look forward to the continuation of the strong and historic bonds between our two countries and peoples."
Johnson arrived in Abu Dhabi for talks with Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Zayed and was then due to fly to Riyadh as the West seeks to end its dependency on Russian oil following the invasion of Ukraine.
In a statement, MWL Secretary-General Dr. Mohammad bin Abdulkarim Al Issa extended the wishes of all MWL affiliates to His Highness Sheikh Mohamed for more success in serving his country and its people, following in the footsteps of his predecessors.
The directive of President Sheikh Mohamed embodies his keenness to support low-income Emirati families to ensure family and social stability and provide the citizens with a decent life.
The resolutions were published in the latest edition of the Official Gazette, issued by the General Secretariat of the Executive Council of Abu Dhabi.
The total amount processed by the Sharjah Debt Settlement Committee from the first to the 26th batch amounted to more than Dhs1.196 billion, benefiting a total of 2,343 individuals.
FAHR stressed that ministries and federal authorities could implement flexible working or remote work schedules during Ramadan, in line with their specific requirements and within the limits of the working hours approved per day.
The Ministry said: “In accordance with the requirements and nature of their work, companies may apply flexible or remote work patterns within the limits of the daily working hours during Ramadan.”
Just minutes after the launch, as the rocket soared over the Atlantic, it was moving at a speed of 6,000 miles per hour, NASA TV commentators said. It took about nine minutes for the capsule to settle into orbit as it prepared to dock with the ISS and relieve four other crew members.