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“Abu Dhabi Residency” honors its outstanding employees at land ports

The Abu Dhabi General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs honored, in Khatm Al Shikla checkpoint, a number of the outstanding male and female officers, non-commissioned officers, individuals, civilians for the year 2018 who are working in its land ports.

This honor comes in the framework of the keenness of the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship to appreciate every sincere work and effort to improve the level of performance and encourage all its employees to perform all the tasks and duties entrusted to them to the fullest and highest degrees of excellence.

Brigadier Saeed Salim Balhas Al Shamsi, Executive Director of the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Abu Dhabi, said in a speech that honoring the employees and motivating the outstanding of them is a consistent approach in the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship. It is one of the elements of its strategy. He pointed out the importance of honoring and its active role in raising morale, motivating capabilities, and spreading the spirit of competition, in order to promote work and contribute to its development and upgrading it to the best standards of quality and excellence.

At the end of the ceremony, Al Shamsi distributed certificates and gifts to the honorees and took pictures with them.

The ceremony was attended by Colonel Matar Kharbash Al Saidi, Director of Information Technology Department at the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship, Colonel Abdullah Saeed Hazaa Al Kalbani, Director of Foreign Violators Affairs in Abu Dhabi, and Lieutenant Colonel Saeed Hamad Al Rashidi, Director of Land Ports Department in Abu Dhabi and a number of management officers, officials, and partners in Khatm Al Shikla checkpoint.

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