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UAE one of the most tolerant countries in the world  

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Nov. 16, 16 | 9:27 am

The UAE ranks first in the region and third globally on an annual Tolerance Index, devised by the International Institute for Management Development (IIMD) in Switzerland.

“The UAE’s performance in the Tolerance Index reflects the extent of tolerance, understanding and openness enjoyed by all who live in the UAE, as more than 200 nationalities live in the country in acceptance and understanding,” The National quoted Reem Al Hashemi, Minister of State for International Cooperation, as saying.

“The UAE has long played a leading and global role in the fields of culture and religious dialogue, without discrimination, as well as the regional and international role played by the state in the renunciation of ­violence, extremism, hatred and contempt of others.”

Tolerance is a key value of the UAE and a significant part of the country’s societal structure, Obaid Humaid Al Tayer, Minister of State for Financial Affairs, reportedly said.

The UAE has established itself as a global role model for tolerance, harmony and co-existence, adding these values to boost the country’s future, he reportedly said.

“These efforts culminated with Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid forming the first Ministry of Tolerance in the Arab world and across the globe, as part of the structural change to the UAE Government,” he was quoted as saying by The National.

Justice, tolerance, respect for human rights and the preservation of human dignity are all values embedded in the UAE’s national principles and reinforced by its constitution and legislation, Saqr Ghobash, Minister of Human Resources and Emiratization, reportedly said.

“The UAE has always remained true to those values through the development of national legislation and the launch of initiatives to support them, which have made the UAE an incubator and a magnet for job seekers from around the world who come here looking to make a decent living in a safe environment,” he was quoted as saying.

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