ABU DHABI, Emirati police missions in the UAE's embassies in the United States, US, United Kingdom, UK, and Australia celebrated the 47th National Day with Emirati students abroad, in cooperation with local and international authorities.
The celebration held in the UK was attended by Soliman Hamed Salem Al Mazrouei, UAE Ambassador to the UK, Abdulrahman Ali Al Harmoudi, Military Attache at the UAE Embassy in the UK, Captain Salem Shahil Al Saadi, Assistant Police Attache of the Abu Dhabi Police, ADP, General Command at the UAE Embassy, and Munther bin Numan, along with Emirati students in the UK.
Emirati students in the US organised a celebration, under the supervision of Major Abdul Aziz Al Sharif, Assistant Police Commissioner at the ADP General Command, at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
Emirati students in Australia held a National Day celebration under the supervision of Major Mohammed Saeed Al Junaibi, Assistant Police Commissioner for the ADP General Command in Melbourne, which included the reading of poetry written by a student, Rashid Obaid Al Kaabi.
The Emirati students in the US, UK and Australia presented their greetings to the wise leadership on the occasion, while expressing their happiness and pride on the UAE's National Day, and reiterating their loyalty to the country.
The celebrations included various activities that highlighted the nation's values, including the reading of the poem, "Long Live My Country," and the singing of folk songs, as well as a photography exhibition on the UAE and lectures about the country.
The celebrations also included artistic performances and shows, which were decorated with the UAE flag and the Year of Zayed slogan, and the distribution of symbolic gifts, carrying the slogan, "We Are All Police."
Source: Emirates News Agency