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His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, said: A salute of appreciation to our teachers and all those we have learned from.
His Highness tweeted on Twitter: “Greetings of appreciation to our teachers and all those who received knowledge at their hands. They carry the noblest message, and they light up our path to the future with science and knowledge. They and the teachers in the world thank them on the occasion of their International Day.”
respect and reverence
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Crown Prince of Ras Al Khaimah, confirmed that the United Arab Emirates, as it celebrates World Teachers’ Day, which falls on the fifth of October every year, and with it the countries of the world, celebrates the educator of generations and the maker of minds, who graduate from his hands, for the great-livers to contribute to the Building the nation, each in his own field.
In a speech on this occasion, His Highness said: “On this day, we stand with respect, reverence, and pride for the teacher and his lofty message, which focuses on creating generations, building competencies, erasing the darkness of ignorance and spreading the lights of science and knowledge, and then hope for the paths of the nation and its cities.”
He added… that the wise leadership of this generous country has supported teachers since the establishment of the Union State out of its belief and appreciation for their lofty message and great mission, and its conviction that if the goal is to build nations, we must provide a conducive and stimulating environment for teachers, which is evident in the pillars of our schools across the country.
At the conclusion of his speech, His Highness said: “On this great occasion, we all stand in appreciation of the teacher, the builder of the nation, the nation’s hope and the pillars of its future, and we send a message of appreciation, pride and pride to teachers throughout our dear country.”
Thanks and appreciation
His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, representative of the ruler in the Al Dhafra region, said via Twitter: “On World Teachers’ Day, we send a message of thanks and appreciation to every teacher for their efforts and sincerity in spreading science and knowledge and raising generations. Homeland, the teaching profession will remain one of the greatest professions in society.”
feelings of gratitude
His Highness Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Vice-President of the Executive Council of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, affirmed that educational cadres have proven their worth in facing challenges during the past period, congratulating teachers with the highest feelings of gratitude and appreciation on the occasion of World Teachers’ Day.
His Highness said on Twitter: “We extend our deepest gratitude and appreciation to the teachers, who are the beacons of light and the builders of the future. The educational cadres have proven their worth in facing challenges during the past period, and today they continue to present their message to the fullest, armed with knowledge.” And every year, the teacher is in progress and prosperity.”
Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al Mualla, Chairman of the Parents Council of Sharjah City Students, congratulated teachers on their International Day, and said that Teachers’ Day is a good opportunity to celebrate our teachers and offer appreciation and thanks for their efforts, because they are the leaders of change and creativity in the nation’s march, and they are the model and good example for students in their journey towards creativity. innovation and excellence.
It is a good opportunity to thank and appreciate every teacher in the world in general and every teacher who works on this good land, and in particular those colleagues whom we have given our confidence, so they loved our students and excelled in their education and politeness of their behavior.
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