VP congratulates married Emiratis, highlights values

Gulf Today|July 04, 2020

VP congratulates married Emiratis, highlights values
UAE reports 672 new cases and a death; Emiratis and residents can travel abroad with precautions; India announces more repatriation flights from UAE; groups help repatriate stranded NRIs; Britain eases quarantine for over 50 countries; Pak minister tests positive.

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has surprised dozens of newly married Emiratis who organised simple and low-cost wedding parties in their homes as a result of COVID-19 pandemic with special greeting cards signed by him.

At a time when wedding parties have witnessed a new culture and became simpler and affordable with costs that focused on priorities and the happiness of families, relatives and friends, Sheikh Mohammed decided to congratulate his sons and daughters and stressed that the true value of marriage aims at building a coherent, interconnected UAE family which is filled with love and synergy.

Simplicity deepens all values of marriage and is greater than the variables and circumstances, he added.

The UAE Health Ministry conducted 54,000 COVID-19 tests, and revealed 672 new cases and a death on Friday.

The UAE has announced that Emiratis and residents are now allowed to travel abroad according to a circular issued by the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) in coordination with state authorities.


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July 04, 2020