The National Archives Participates in the Celebration held by the Egyptian Ladies Association on Zayed Humanitarian Work Day

The National Archives Participates in the Celebration held by the Egyptian Ladies Association on Zayed Humanitarian Work Day

With a documentary exhibition and a speech highlighting the depth of the brotherly relations between Egypt and the UAE
The National Archives Participates in the Celebration held by the Egyptian Ladies Association on Zayed Humanitarian Work Day


In celebration of Zayed Humanitarian Work Day, the National Archives in collaboration with the Egyptian Ladies Association held a photo exhibition that reflects the aspects of the Egyptian UAE brotherly relations that optimally flourished during the era of the founding leader, the late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan. The exhibition focused on the distinctive Emirati Egyptian ties and the role played by the leadership of both countries in reinforcing and maintaining them.
This photo exhibition is part of a celebration held by Egyptian Ladies Association on Zayed Humanitarian Work Day to express love and loyalty to the benevolent Sheikh Zayed.
During the ceremony Mr. Mohamed Ismaeel Abdulla, the lecturer at the National Archives, delivered a word commending the Egyptian Ladies Association’s initiative on this dear occasion cherished by everyone as the legacy of Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan in all areas is worthy of honor and respect. He added that greatness of men are measured by their achievements and contributions to humanity. Today, as we commemorate the 12th anniversary of the passing of Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, we celebrate a national occasion that is Zayed Humanitarian Work Day and we confirm that we will follow Sheikh Zayed’s humanitarian path. Allah almighty endowed us with a leadership that holds the torch of the founding leader in the field of charitable and humanitarian work.
In his word, the lecturer stressed the importance of the Emirati Egyptian ties and reviewed some stances that proved the UAE stood solidly by the Arab Republic of Egypt.
Mrs. Eftetan Farrag, Head of the Egyptian Ladies Association, praised the participation of the National Archives and the exhibition that it organized on this occasion, and pointed out that it opens a historic page that documents the Emirati Egyptian relations to the generations and participants in the ceremony to learn about the aspects of the history of the distinguished relations between the two countries, the glories of their homelands, and the ideal model of the brotherly relations.
The National Archives’ documentary exhibition displayed historic photos that document aspects of the Emirati Egyptian ties and the meetings of UAE’s leaders with Egyptian leaders and senior officials.