Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Highness Shaikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces visited a number of tourist sites and housing development projects in Al Ain. Shaikh Mohammed took around a tour in the Green Mubazzarah which a natural landmark situated at the bottom of Jebel Hafeet presenting natural hot springs.

Then he investigated the development of work on a number of housing projects for the UAE citizens. Shaikh Mohammad said, “Inspired by the legacy of the late Shaikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, President His Highness Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan attaches great attention to the needs of citizens, an approach that has been embraced since the establishment of the UAE ”. He highlighted the national issues along with the expectations of Emiratis are considered as top preferences and most of the time at the interior development progress of the nations. He investigated on the housing development project of Emirati at Jebel Hafeet which will include 3,000 housing units, enveloping an area of 4,535,000 square metres. The projects include the top-class facilities such as health, schools, leisure provision and eight mosques situated at the Western base of Jebel Hafeet.

Shaikh Mohammed took a tour in Ain Al Fayda Lakes, and listened to about the development projects from the officials and took the overall concepts which should be implemented. He was welcomed by the Director General of the Al Ain Zoo, Ghanim Mubarak Al Hajri and Aquarium Public Institution, Ghanim Mubarak Al Hajri at Shaikh Zayed Desert Learning Center at Al Ain Zoo.

 

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