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Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum

UAE waives fines on expired residency visas

DUBAI, April 6, 2020

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has announced the UAE Cabinet decision to cancel fines for residence visa holders until the end of the year.

He also gave directives to reinforce the nation's strategic stockpile and directed factories to support the needs of the health sector in the country.

He said that the UAE is going ahead with accomplishing its aspirations and national projects as planned. He also said that work is ongoing to provide highest level of quality of life to its residents and citizens, through a number of value added services and initiatives across the sphere, to make a real positive impact on people’s lives.

“We are constantly on the move, and every day we learn new things and improve our services, and improve our tools to serve our citizens,” Sheikh Mohammed said.

“The value of the government work is measured by what added value to the nation, as well as to the life of citizens and residents. Amid the current situation, we want to have access to more people to support them and facilitate their services.

“Life is constantly changing, but our generosity is continuous, in our houses and entities and everywhere on this land. If we needed to change the government work, we will do it without hesitation,” he added.

During the meeting, Sheikh Mohammed was briefed by ministers about the precautionary and preventive measures to contain Covid-19 pandemic outbreak. – TradeArabia News Service




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