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Today every citizen feels a sense of achievement and fulfillment, as the UAE sweeps first ranks in each field. The UAE has been ranked the happiest place in the Arab World. Citizens of the UAE are the happiest as a result of the ongoing effort of leaders, government and the people. His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, congratulated HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE President. The achievement is due to mutual efforts but Mohamed bin Rashid attributes the achievement to the support and follow-up of Khalifa. Everyone worked hard for the UAE. Everyone worked and sacrificed and let’s all remember our government that does not sleep and those who work behind the scenes day and night to achieve results like these at the Arab and international levels.

The UAE ranks first on the happiness scale. This means a lot. It means that the UAE citizen lives happily and satisfied. It means that the UAE citizen is not worried about himself, his home and children, his land and country. He lives in development and progress, observing, contributing and being happy, thus gaining more confidence.

This achievement would not have occurred if it was not for the coordination of efforts from leaders to each individual in the government, and each senior and junior employee. The family also has a major role: Fathers, mothers, parents and society with all its classes.

The UAE attracts today more than two hundred global nationalities and acquires its unique status based on tolerance, moderation and openness and takes huge steps in development, economy and culture and at the same time, through institutional work, achieves its national identity. This is the UAE and its leaders who deserve to be congratulated for their efforts and well-deserved achievements.

Al Khaleej / Ibn El Deira
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