Love of UAE residents moved Sheikh Mohamed to tears

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Watching videos of residents singing the UAE national anthem to hail the frontline heroes for their fight against Covid-19 moved Sheikh to tears, he said.

The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces watched videos of thousands of residents cheering medics, police officers, cleaners, volunteers and municipality workers who have relentlessly served the nation in the past few weeks.

The love for the UAE that Sheikh Mohamed sensed in those videos made his eyes brim.

Known for his humility and compassion, Sheikh Mohamed said he felt a strong connection with each of the UAE’s residents.

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, receives a briefing on the latest national efforts to combat Covid-19, via video conference on Monday. All photos courtesy Ministry of Presidential Affairs

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed receives a briefing via video conference on the latest national efforts to combat Covid-19.

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed receives a briefing via video conference on the latest national efforts to combat Covid-19.

Sheikh Saif bin Zayed, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, takes part in a video conference briefing for Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed.

Hussain Al Hammadi, Minister of Education, participates in a video conference meeting with Sheikh Mohamed bin zayed.

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed leads a government meeting on the UAE's latest efforts to combat coronavirus, via video conference.

Sultan Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy, takes part in a government meeting with Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed.

Obaid Al Shamsi, director general of the National Emergency and Crisis and Disasters Management Authority, takes part in a government meeting about coronavirus with Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed.

Abdul Rahman Al Owais, Minister of Health and Prevention, takes part in a government meeting about coronavirus with Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed.

“Many residents on social media are singing our national anthem and I want to confess to all viewers that when I heard you, by God, I shed a tear,” he said in a video posted online.

Sheikh Mohamed repeated to every person in the UAE that they were safe.

“May God protect you and protect the country you are in, to which you are loyal like its own people,” he said.

He reassured that the country is united in fighting this crisis.

“God willing, we will get through this phase with you safely,” Sheikh Mohamed said.

The Crown Prince yesterday said that the country was fully prepared to fight the coronavirus.

"I am reassured that the UAE is fully capable of managing this situation and sincerely thank all those involved in the fight against the virus," he said on Twitter yesterday.

Sheikh Mohamed said officials at every level of government were following up on the latest Covid-19 updates "with interest and gratitude for the efforts of the people involved".

"We are honoured to serve all people that live in the UAE," he said.

"It gives us great pride to hear them singing the national anthem at such a challenging time. We will overcome this through solidarity."

Sheikh Mohamed reassured that the country has enough supplies of food and medicine for everyone.

Updated: March 31, 2020 11:39 PM

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