The National Archives Organizes a National Lecture on the Three Islands for Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange staff

The National Archives Organizes a National Lecture on the Three Islands for Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange staff

Evidences and documents proving the UAE’s right to the three islands
The National Archives Organizes a National Lecture on the Three Islands for Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange staff

The National Archives has organized a national lecture entitled: (The Three UAE Islands, A Proven Emirati Right) attended by a delegation of Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange and its administrative apparatus who were visiting the NA. The lecture focused on the case of the three islands in the Arabian Gulf: Abu Musa and Greater and Lesser Tunbs. It sheds light on their historical background, the UAE’s sovereign rights to them, the historical facts and legal evidences used by the UAE in proving its ownership.
The lecture delivered by Mohammed Ismail Abdulla, Educational Programs Officer and lecturer at the NA, concluded with predicting the future of settling the dispute over the islands. The lecture also pointed out the evidences, which the UAE possesses to prove its ownership and the historical documents, which invalidate Iran’s ownership.
Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange delegation consisting of 23 employees and administrators learned about the NA role in organizing the government archives across the UAE, its role in the next stage according to the best global practices and its interest to match its future plans with the UAE vision 2021.
The delegation has appreciated the NA role and development as well as the importance of its historical information pertaining to the UAE
During its visit, the delegation had a tour of Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Hall, which contains samples of written documents, maps and historical photographs that document the establishment stages of the UAE federation. After that, the delegation members watched, in Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Hall, a 3-D documentary film about the UAE past and present and about the NA and its role in preserving the nation’s memory.