The speech was broadcast live on television, radio, and the internet.
His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the second President of the United Arab Emirates and the sixteenth ruler of Abu Dhabi, passed away on Friday, May 13, and HRH Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan assumed the duties and position of President of the UAE.
The President commended locals for their commitment to and enthusiastic support of the UAE, the economy, and the country as a whole during the course of almost fifteen minutes.
There were several topics covered.
Future priorities for the UAE
It was stated that the history, culture, and sense of place in the area will always influence the UAE’s future aspirations.
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Locals as well as the corporate sector
Additionally, it was observed that the more than 200 nationalities that reside and work in the UAE have contributed significantly to the growth and development of the country.
It was noted that the private sector’s contribution to the growth and improvement of the UAE economy was crucial, particularly for establishing, strengthening, and establishing strategic economic and business partnerships as well as for building on the UAE’s positive and solid reputation among nations around the world.
The growth of the UAE’s modern, sustainable, and integrated economy and eco-system, according to HRH, is a priority for the country’s future goals.
The UAE must endeavor to increase its global competitiveness, attempt to rank well globally, and “strive to surpass present success” in order to experience future economic progress.
The President talked on the need to uplift others and the need to promote wisdom and peaceful coexistence throughout the world in order to increase stability and peace for all.
The youth of the nation
The bright futures of the nation’s gifted children must be secured, HRH observed, and it was stated that this hinged on the work and effort put in now.
“We are optimistic about the future, for both the nation and the people.”