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Khalifa appoints GCC panel members

posted on 13/08/2005: 964 views

President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan has issued federal decree No 58 (2005) appointing and renewing membership of the UAE representatives in the GCC's Consultative Authority. Article 1 of the decree appoints Dr Khalifa Bakhit Al Flasi, UAE businessman, and Abdul Aziz Abdullah Al Gurair, Executive Chairman of Mashreqbank, as members of the authority for a tenure of three years from January 28, 2005.

The decree also renews the membership of Dr Hadif Bin Jouan Al Daheri, vice-chancellor of UAE University, Dr Mohammad Saeed Al Ghandi, Director of the Office of Fujairah's Ruler, Ahmad Shabib Al Daheri, First Deputy to the Chairman of the Federal National Council (FNC).

As per the law, members of the authority will be granted a monthly bonus in addition to a travel allowance.

Sheikh Khalifa also issued the federal decree No 52 (2005) transferring and appointing members of the diplomatic corps. The decree states the transfer of Hamad Saeed Hamad Al Zaabi, UAE Ambassador to Yemen, to the Foreign Ministry's General Court, Mohammad Hamad Abdullah Omran, UAE Ambassador to Tunisia, to the Foreign Ministry's General Court.

Sultan Rashid Al Kaitoub, ambassador at the ministry's court, has been appointed ambassador to Tunisia. He also issued decree No 53 (2005) appointing Mal Allah Mubarak Suwaid Al Ameri as head of the UAE mission to Tanzania, and Mohammad Ahmad Al Mahmoud Al Blushi as ambassador to Poland.

He issued another decree appointing Engineer Saeed Mubarak Mohammad Al Muahiri as member of the diplomatic corps at the rank of first secretary, Ali Saif Sultan Al Awali as ambassador to Yemen and Abdullah Mohammad Abdul Wahid as ambassador to Korea. Sheikh Khalifa also issued federal decree No 61 (2005) promoting 132 police officers and retiring 37 others. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM)


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