The UAE flag flew proudly at Al Masaood Group on Sunday, November 3, 2019, as the business conglomerate hoisted the national flag, the symbol of giving, belonging, loyalty, unity, and hope for a better future, in celebration of the UAE Flag Day.
A sense of pride and love for the UAE were on full display during the special flag raising ceremony held at Al Masaood Automobiles HQ in Mussafah (Nissan Service Centre). Senior executives, customers, and employees of all of Al Masaood’s subsidiaries and divisions across the UAE took part in the event as a demonstration of their unwavering allegiance to the country and strong support for the government’s wise leadership.
Ahmed Rahma Al Masaood, Vice Chairman of Al Masaood Group, said: “During the UAE Flag Day, which coincides with the 15th anniversary of H.H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan’s inauguration as President of the UAE, we joined the entire UAE in showing our respect for the country that has accomplished many great things in a short span of time. We shared the feeling of pride, solidarity, and oneness with all the citizens and residents of this wonderful country. The special occasion also gave us an opportunity to convey our deep love for and gratitude to President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and his brothers, the Rulers of the Emirates, for their wise forward-looking leadership that has brought the UAE to new heights of growth and development.”
“The Emirates continues its march towards unprecedented progress and prosperity, serving as a role model for other states to follow along the way. At Al Masaood, we take great pride in the country’s journey, from the Union’s foundation up until the present time. The UAE is now a beacon of light among nations in the region and the rest of the world and the national flag will remain a symbol of our patriotism, unity, identity, and sovereignty,” Rahma added.
During its celebration, Al Masaood also reaffirmed that it would continue to uphold the UAE’s treasured values and expressed its constant support for the country’s national development programs, including Emiratisation and economic diversification, as well as its transition to a knowledge- and innovation-driven economic framework.