Sharjah Police celebrate 51st UAE National Day in Khorfakkan city on Saturday. WAM
The festive march, which started in front of the Khorfakkan Corniche, included military performances, with the show of the academy's police band.
This was followed by a march of the various vehicles of the Sharjah Police General Command, which are equipped with the best modern systems to carry out police and security work.
The carnival event included interesting shows on land and air, reflecting the celebration in this special occasion and the community interaction with the national and community events organised by the Ministry of Interior and Sharjah Police.
On this occasion, Major-General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, congratulated the wise leadership and the people of the UAE on the occasion of the 51st UAE National Day.
Highlighting the importance of this precious occasion, Brigadier General Dr. Mohammed Khamis Al Othmani, Director General of the Police Science Academy in Sharjah stressed that this national occasion renews every year the values of loyalty and embodies values of belonging to nation.
The celebrations will start in Mileiha and continue to the central cities, the Eastern Region and Al Hamriyah, concluding at Sharjah National Park, he added, pointing out that the committee is keen to hold the events on a sequential basis, so the public can attend them all.
Brigadier General Abdullah Mubarak bin Amer, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, chaired a meeting at Al Shohadaa Hall (Martyrs’ Hall) of the Headquarters, to discuss preparations of the upcoming holiday for Commemoration Day and the 48th UAE National Day.
Dr Ahmed Al Tayeb, the Grand Imam of Al Azhar, Chairman of the Muslim Council of Elders, asked Allah Almighty to continue blessing the United Arab Emirates with peace, security, and prosperity.
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