His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, confirmed that the 50th National Day of the United Arab Emirates marks the completion of 50 years. As a state with a united emirate, with united hearts, and its people raising one flag, ruling by one constitution, and rallying around one president, it is the historic Unity Day, a source of our pride and glory.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, in a tweet on Twitter, said: “Fifty days, and the Emirates will complete fifty years as one state. Its emirates are united. Its hearts are united. Its people raise one flag, rule for one constitution, and gather around one president. Fifty.” One year to start our celebrations on December 2, 2021, God willing.”
While His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan said, in a tweet on Twitter: “After fifty days, our beloved country will celebrate the fiftieth National Day. The historic day of unity is a source of our pride and joy, and happiness for those who live among us. We are inspired by the legacy of the past that enriches the UAE’s march.” Towards a brighter and more prosperous future.”
The Golden Jubilee Celebration Committee announced the start of the countdown to the 50th UAE National Day celebrations, scheduled for the second of next December, inviting everyone who considers the UAE their home to participate in the celebrations.
The committee stated that for the first time in the history of the UAE, the National Day celebrations begin 50 days before the expected date on the second of December, in an initiative bearing the slogan “Fifty Days for Fifty”, calling on everyone to participate in the celebrations, through a series of activations and activities that will be published. On a daily basis on the social media platforms of the UAE National Day «@OfficialUAEND».
According to the committee, the celebration methods include many activities, including visiting tourist areas and destinations, discovering new places throughout the country, performing the national anthem of the UAE, and sharing pictures of various sites in the country that represent a special memory for them, in addition to participating in the celebrations that precede the day. The initiative invites everyone to celebrate and share their experiences by using the hashtag “#Fifty_Celebrations”.
Sheikha Al Ketbi, Director of Creative Strategy for the fiftieth year, said: “We are proud to celebrate the achievements of the UAE over the past 50 years, and note and praise them, as the culmination of an exceptional year, which embraces the land of the Emirates with its citizens of more than 200 nationalities, and we invite everyone to celebrate, Learn more about the traditions and customs that make up our society, and participate in our daily activities in the run-up to the official celebration of the 50th National Day.”
The Golden Jubilee Celebration Committee called on all government agencies, companies, schools and institutions to participate in their own events over the next 50 days.
It is noteworthy that the official celebration of the National Day of the State will be held on the second of next December, and more details will be announced in this regard soon. His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the State, announced the designation of the year 2021 as “the year of the fiftieth”, in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the state in 1971. Since April 2021, everyone who considers the UAE his homeland has been invited to celebrate his achievements and honor The “first dreamers” in their families, writing “Letters to the Future” about the progress they would like to see in the next 50 years.
Deputy Head of State:
• “The UAE’s hearts are united.. Its people raise one flag, rule for a single constitution, and gather around a single president.”
Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi:
• “We are inspired by the legacy of the past, which enriches the UAE’s march towards a brighter and more prosperous future.”