The Attorney General of the State: The World Humanitarian Day is a day of pride in the UAE's pioneering march

Counselor Dr. Hamad Saif Al Shamsi, Attorney General of the State, said: The World Humanitarian Day is a day of pride for us in the UAE’s humanitarian mission and its world-leading path in humanitarian work. Its ultimate goal is to improve the quality of life and build a bright future for societies. Wherever the need arises, the UAE is always present and extends a helping hand to all, embodying its humanitarian and civilized approach, stemming from its authentic cultural, religious and societal heritage.

He added that human values ​​are a fixed asset in the Emirati society, and the legacy of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, may his soul rest in peace, who formulated, with inspiring creativity, the humanitarian work in the UAE to be a way of life and a civilized behavior that is passed down through generations, and an approach that our wise leadership has preserved. Steady in the government's strategies, plans and programs, until the UAE became, with their wisdom, the capital of humanity, goodness and giving.

Counselor Dr. Hamad Saif Al Shamsi pointed out that the lofty human values ​​and foundations of humanitarian work are among the principles of the UAE and a part of its constitution, and from the visions of its wise leadership in giving humanitarian work special importance and unlimited support. Therefore, the concept of humanitarian work has become an integral part of the state’s strategy and initiatives. And a civilized approach in its past, present and future, through which it presents a unique global model in giving and charitable work.

He stressed the keenness of the State Public Prosecution to contribute effectively to making a sustainable impact in the field of humanitarian work with initiatives and programs that consolidate the values ​​of benevolence and giving in the Emirati society, and enhance the UAE's global position in the humanitarian fields.

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