The National Archives presents hundreds of copies of the book "Khalifa…. Journey into the Future", to Khalifa Bin Zayed Foundation

The National Archives presents hundreds of copies of the book "Khalifa…. Journey into the Future", to Khalifa Bin Zayed Foundation

The National Archives presents hundreds of copies of the book "Khalifa…. Journey into the Future", to Khalifa Bin Zayed Foundation.

Within the framework of cooperation between the two sides, the National Archives presented to Khalifa Bin Zayed Foundation 400 copies of the book entitled, "Khakifah Bin Zayed… Journey into the Future", to be distributed to staff of the Foundation and its guests.
The books were received by H.E. Mr. Mohammed Haji khoury, Director-General of the Khalifah Bin Zayed Foundation, upon receiving Mr. Farhan Al Marzouqi, Director of Corporate and Community Outreach Department at the National Archives.
"Khalifah….Journey into the Future", published by the National Archives in Arabic and English, includes information about H.H. Sheikh khalifa's birth, childhood, and his education, as well as his efforts in developing, empowerment and construction. The book pointed out that His Highness was the eldest son of late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, and was attached to him; thus inherited his father's genuineness, ethics, generosity and courage.  During the developmental boom, he led several initiatives for the benefit of the citizens, which received the blessing and support of his father, who delegated many responsibilities to him.
The book documents the record of accomplishment of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, and the impact of his exceptional leadership, which extends throughout the Arab world and the international arena. It also highlights Sheikh Khalifa's fascinating and interesting story.
The book explores the most important stages in Sheikh Khalifa's life, documents his career, and highlights his presidency in the past 15 years. He has emerged not only as a statesman on the world stage, but also as a beloved leader and patriarchal figure among his people.