The National Archives participated in the Embassy of Egypt’s celebrations of the 63rd anniversary of the glorious July Revolution

The National Archives participated in the Embassy of Egypt’s celebrations of the 63rd anniversary of the glorious July Revolution

The National Archives participated in the Embassy of Egypt’s celebrations of the 63rd anniversary of the glorious July Revolution

The National Archives of the UAE participated with an exhibition of historical photographs in the celebration held by the Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt in the UAE marking the 63rd anniversary of the Glorious Revolution of 23 July 1952.
The National Archives participated with tens of photographs that document the close historical relations between the UAE and Egypt and reflect the warm fraternal ties between the two sisterly countries. The exhibition attracted the attention of the well-wishing officials, heads of Arab and foreign diplomatic missions and the Egyptian residents.
The National Archives presented to the visitors the most important recent publications including the book (Zayed, Man Who Built a Nation) which provides detailed analysis of the life of Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan in the collective memory of those who lived through his long journey and participated in it.
The Egyptian ambassador to the UAE, Ehab Hamouda, expressed his pleasure for the participation of the National Archives in the celebration of the Embassy of Egypt marking the anniversary of the glorious July Revolution. He pointed out that the exhibited historical photographs emphasize the close relations between the two sisterly countries. He was impressed by the National Archives’ publications, which document the history and heritage of the UAE and the Gulf region.
It is noteworthy that the photographs displayed in the National Archives’ exhibition at the InterContinental Hotel in Abu Dhabi, where the ceremony was held have highlighted aspects of the visits of H.H. Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan to Egypt and of the great support, UAE provided to Egypt. This is in addition to the development of the relations between the two sisterly countries.