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Our flag is our pride: Vice President

posted on 30/10/2014: 2711 views



His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister of the U.A.E. and Ruler of Dubai, said on Wednesday that the U.A.E. flag represents the unity of our homeland and affirms that we are one at heart; calling on all Emiratis to celebrate the Flag Day, which falls on Monday, Nov.3, by hoisting the nation's flag atop the houses.

On a statement posted on his Twitter account, Sheikh Mohammed said that next Monday to coincide with the Flag Day; and to celebrate this occasion, everybody to hoist the U.A.E. flag across the country, and atop private and public buildings.

Sheikh Mohammed added that everyone will join at 12:00 noon to raise the flag on their rooftops. "By doing this, our nation will communicate one message; we are not divided Emirates, but rather United; and that the flag is the symbol of our national pride.” – The Gulf Today – http://gulftoday.ae/portal/a50d91cf-771d-46f0-8c45-2252637b273f.aspx

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