Sheikh Mansour pays visit to wounded Emirati servicemen
The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs praised the bravery of soldiers injured in service of their country
Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed met with Emirati servicemen injured in the line of duty during a visit to Zayed Military Hospital in Abu Dhabi.
The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs hailed the wounded soldiers as "models of pride" and told them their bravery would be remembered for generations to come.
Sheikh Mansour was reassured by doctors about the health of the members of the armed forces.
"You are models of pride. Future generations will remember these acts of bravery, and learn from the values of giving and sacrifice you have made during your national duty that reflect your pride and love for the homeland," Sheikh Mansour told the recovering troops.
Sheikh Mansour was accompanied on his visit by Faris Mohammed Al Mazrouei, an advisor at the Ministry of Presidential Affairs, and Humaid Saeed Al Neyadi, deputy director of the Office of the Minister of Presidential Affairs.
Updated: September 15, 2019 08:52 PM