Commemoration Day is a badge of pride for all Emirati citizens
On the occasion of Commemoration Day, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the State, pledged to always remember with appreciation and gratitude our sons who sacrificed their lives in the fields of right and duty, the fields of redemption in defense of the homeland, preserving its sovereignty and protecting its achievements.
Commemoration Day is a badge of pride
In a statement to the UAE Armed Forces magazine, “Dir ‘Al-Watan”, Sheikh Khalifa added these sacrifices are a “badge of pride” that will decorate “our chests and the chests of our children and grandchildren.”
The President also said that the nation’s martyrs are like “beacons that illuminate the path as we make the next 50 years” and renewed his pledge that their children and families will receive the highest care from the state, and will remain a priority.
Commemoration Day Statement
The President said that the 30th of November is a national occasion that respects the values of redemption, and it is a day of pride and honor. Over time, martyrdom has been, and will remain, the height of boldness, the height of sacrifice, the most ancient honor, and the highest expression of loyalty and belonging to the homeland.
We will always be remembered as persons and leaders, with appreciation and gratitude, our children who sacrificed their lives in the realms of truth and duty, areas of redemption; In defense of the homeland, preserving its sovereignty and protecting its achievements. They kept the UAE flag raised high as a symbol of strength, pride, and steadfastness. Their children and families will remain in our debts forever, and the Ummah pledges to them with all appreciation and love, and the state will support them with all care and support.
My sons and daughters, I invite you on this day to raise our salutations, appreciation, and thanks to the soldiers, officers, and leaders of our armed forces, and to all the members of our security services deployed in the yards of honor to defend the homeland and raise its flag in fulfillment of his pledges.