The National Archives Shares the Egyptian Embassy its Celebrations of 23 July Revolution

The National Archives Shares the Egyptian Embassy its  Celebrations of 23 July Revolution

Nahyan Bin Mubarak Inspects and Praises the
National Archives’ Exhibition


The National Archives Shares the Egyptian Embassy its
Celebrations of 23 July Revolution
The UAE’s National Archives participated with a historical photographs exhibition in the reception ceremony held by H.E. Wael Jad, Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt, on the occasion of the 64th Anniversary of 23 July Revolution.
The National Archives participated with a number of historical photographs that document aspects of the good historical relationships between the UAE and Egypt. The exhibition photographs reflect the sincere relations between the two brotherly peoples. The exhibition has received the attention of diplomats and well-wishers; the most important of them was H.H. Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak, Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development, who inspected the exhibition accompanied by H.E. Wael Jad, Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt. At the end of his tour, His Highness praised the efforts of the National Archives, which strives to preserve the memory of the Nation and document the strong historical relationships between the two brotherly countries.
The historical documents and photographs, which the National Archives participated with in St. Regis Hotel in Abu Dhabi, documented some of the meetings between the Late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan and the Egyptian leaders and the continuous meetings between the two leaderships of both countries. Such meetings had a positive and constructive impact on establishing brotherly relationships and extending the mutual cooperation in all fields.
H.E. Wael Jad expressed his pleasure for the participation of the National Archives. He emphasized that this participation indicates the deep historical and fraternal relationships between the UAE and Egypt. It also indicates that these relationships in the various fields have witnessed a great deal of development thanks to the prudent directives of the wise leadership in both countries and to the truest efforts, which strengthen the deep-rooted relations between them. H.E. praised the National Archives’ participation as it proved the originality of these relations and their development until they became an ideal example of good and fruitful relations.