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Abu Dhabi, UAESunday 16 December 2018

President receives Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed at Al Bateen Palace

Sheikh Khalifa welcomes guests on eve of UAE's National Day

Sheikh Khalifa receives Mohamed bin Zayed at Al Bateen Palace in Abu Dhabi. Also present were Sheikh Tahnoon bin Mohammed, the Ruler's Representative in Al Ain, Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa, Executive Council member, Sheikh Khalifa bin Tahnoon, Executive Director of the Martyrs' Affairs Office at the Office of the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, and Ahmed Al Zaabi, Minister of Federal Supreme Council Affairs in the Ministry of Presidential Affairs. 
Sheikh Khalifa receives Mohamed bin Zayed at Al Bateen Palace in Abu Dhabi. Also present were Sheikh Tahnoon bin Mohammed, the Ruler's Representative in Al Ain, Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa, Executive Council member, Sheikh Khalifa bin Tahnoon, Executive Director of the Martyrs' Affairs Office at the Office of the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, and Ahmed Al Zaabi, Minister of Federal Supreme Council Affairs in the Ministry of Presidential Affairs. 

Sheikh Khalifa, the President of the UAE, welcomed Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed to the capital's Al Bateen Palace on Saturday.

The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces congratulated Sheikh Khalifa on the eve of the country's 47th National Day celebrations.

He also wished continued security, safety and prosperity for the people of the UAE under Sheikh Khalifa's leadership.

The meeting was attended by Sheikh Tahnoon bin Mohammed, the Ruler's Representative in Al Ain, Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa, Executive Council member, Sheikh Khalifa bin Tahnoon, Executive Director of the Martyrs' Affairs Office at the Office of the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, and Ahmed Al Zaabi, Minister of Federal Supreme Council Affairs in the Ministry of Presidential Affairs.

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