The Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center Pavilion continued its participation in the Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition, which concludes its 17th session at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center today.
His Highness Sheikh Rashid bin Saud Al Mualla, Crown Prince of Umm Al Quwain, visited the pavilion and was briefed on the “My Document” initiative and the Intelligent Technologies section dedicated to heritage tournaments.
The pavilion also visited Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance, accompanied by Sheikh Shakhbout bin Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, UAE Ambassador to Saudi Arabia.
Sheikh Nahyan praised the center's tireless efforts in the process of preserving and preserving heritage, and praised the quality events organized by the center, including the camel journey and Izbat al-Bush, stressing the need to work in the commandments of the late founding father Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, may God bless him.
The pavilion also visited Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan, a member of the Executive Council of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, and praised the services provided by the Center to revive the cultural and social heritage in the country.
The pavilion also witnessed visits by Sheikh Mohammed bin Dhiab bin Saif Al Nahyan and Sheikh Nahyan bin Dhiab bin Saif Al Nahyan, who were briefed on the technical equipment section used in the tournaments.
For his part, the CEO of Hamdan bin Mohammed Center for the revival of heritage, Abdullah Hamdan bin Dalmouk, discussed ways of cooperation and strengthening the bonds of joint work between individuals and institutions incubating heritage, environment and cultural and social heritage.
Bin Dalmouk visited a number of pavilions and exhibitors during his tour of the exhibition, including the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi, the International Fund for the Conservation of Houbara, the Emirates Falconers Club, the Committee of the Department of Festivals and Cultural and Heritage Programs - Abu Dhabi, and the sections on arts, calligraphy and heritage paintings.
Bin Dalmouk expressed his appreciation to the organizing committee of the exhibition, and its efforts in bringing together institutions that foster heritage and individuals alike.
Bin Dalmouk discussed with the Secretary General of the Emirates Falconers Club and Chairman of the Higher Organizing Committee of the Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition Majid Al Mansouri, a new project that aims to serve the community and preserve the country's heritage.
Hind Bin Demithan Al Qamzi, Director of Events Management at Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center, said: “Like the past years, the Center continues to hold simulation shooting events and competitions and enrich the visitors' experience of the Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition. For young people to learn archery and an incentive to participate in heritage tournaments ».
The Contest Corner attracts approximately 100 participants per day, and raffles are held at prizes.
Abdulla Hamdan bin Dalmouk, CEO of Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center, said: “We directed the Research and Studies Department at the Center to cooperate with a number of exhibitors at this annual forum, and we received a number of offers for cooperation and building bridges of joint work to embody the frameworks of teamwork to serve the national march. ».
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