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UAE committed to peace in region - Mohammed

posted on 08/12/2003: 1434 views



General Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and UAE Defence Minister, yesterday reiterated the UAE's commitment to peace and prosperity in the region while inaugurating the Middle East's largest aerospace exhibition, Dubai 2003 at the Airport Expo. Sheikh Mohammed told exhibitors and VIPs at the show that the region will witness a new era of peace and prosperity in the coming years. He said the UAE will continue to lead the way by achieving progress and prosperity in the region.



More than 550 exhibitors from 36 countries and 13 national pavilions are participating in the event. Some 85 aircraft are taking part in the show - the largest number at any Dubai air show - 23 of them feature in the daily flying display. Sheikh Mohammed said facilities at the Airport Expo, the permanent venue of the biennial international exhibition, are to be doubled to cope with the increasing demand. The expanded facilities will be ready for the ninth edition of the show in 2005, which is scheduled to run from December 20-24. (The Gulf News)

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