President Sheikh Mohamed delivered ‘road map’ for UAE’s Future – Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid

The Vice President and Ruler of Dubai have stated that President Sheikh Mohamed provided a 'road map' for the future of the UAE in his address to the country on Wednesday, July 13.

The Vice President and Ruler of Dubai have stated that President Sheikh Mohamed provided a ‘road map’ for the future of the UAE in his address to the country on Wednesday, July 13.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid said in a Twitter post that Sheikh Mohamed had offered a positive message for the whole economy.


Sheikh Mohammed was among the leading figures, both in the United Arab Emirates and abroad, to appreciate Sheikh Mohamed’s speech.

The ruler of Ajman, Sheikh Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi stated that the speech shows the prosperous present and the promising future that the forthcoming generations aspire.

Sheikh Humaid stated that the speech delivered by His Highness confirmed the continuity of the Union’s approach, the journey towards development, the values of Emirati national and the principles of the founding fathers, as well as the empowerment phase that was led by the late Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

Dr Anwar Gargash, a senior Emirati official, stated that the address showed the UAE was on course to achieving its goals with ‘determination, strength and openness’.

Dr Gargash, also the diplomatic adviser to the President, stated that Sheikh Mohamed’s speech on Wednesday showed his dedication to supporting and investing in the people of the UAE and his belief in the abilities of young people.


Sheikh Mohamed laid out his idea for the nation in his address to the country, highlighting that hard work, dedication, and innovation would persist in the strong growth the UAE has witnessed during recent years.

He stated that empowering the country’s people was among the top priorities for its leaders.

Dr Gargash restated the significance of assuring the UAE’s stability and security via a foreign policy centred on the principles of peace and cooperation.

He added that the broadcast presented the established traditions of communication between the leadership and the citizens.



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