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Mohamed bin Zayed: ‘We will not let development grind to a halt’

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Mar. 31, 20 | 9:15 am

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, emphasized during the national initiatives briefing to combat COVID-19 that the country will not let the development grind to a halt.

His Highness conveyed his optimism that the UAE will surmount the trying times and will emerge victorious in its fight against the coronavirus disease.

Placing trust and confidence to the close monitoring of the rulers of emirates, Highness underscored, “Their Highnesses the Rulers of the Emirates are closely following up the measures taken under these trying times and I have no doubt we will emerge victorious in this menacing battle against this challenge, God willing.”

During the briefing, His Highness praised the tremendous efforts of all government agencies, in particular, the medical frontliners as well as those who continue to protect “our national security dignity, economy, and the health and safety of our society and ensuring its protection”.

His Highness said: “The UAE is proud of our citizens and residents living on our soil. We are proud they (residents) share with us our identity. It’s really impressive to hear our residents echoing the National Anthem of the UAE on social media platforms as the National Disinfection Programme is being carried out nationwide. God bless you all, and God Willing, we will survive these trying times.

“The Coronavirus crisis has placed the government, the private sector and the entire world in face of an enormous challenge, which is to protect people’s health on the one hand and to keep business mobility alive in our institutions while ensuring public services remain unaffected.

“We will never hesitate to take any measures against any potential threat to people’s life. At the same time, we won’t let the development grind to a halt. We will continue to address this critical period in a prudent, cautious manner until we survive these difficult times, by the end of which, our country will turn to be more powerful than it has used to be.

“Food and medicine supply and other life essentials are in safe hands in the UAE whatever direction crisis may lead us in. The UAE is in a safe position and will continue to be so. We won’t hesitate to take any measure to ensure the safety of the society and its protection over the coming period.”

 

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