The occasion of National Day of UAE reminds us all to always take pride in our nation. Warm greetings on National Day of UAE to all.
The UAE National Day commemorates the 1968 declaration of the nationalisation of the British Protectorate Treaties. It also marks the anniversary of the federal unification of the six emirates in 1971 (seven in 1972 after Ras Al Khaimah joined) that resulted in the creation of the current nation, led by Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the federation's first president. The UAE National Day and the November 30th Emirati Martyrs Day have recently been combined.
To commemorate the occasion, lavish celebrations are organised all around the nation. The most popular activities include fireworks, vehicle rallies, and dancing performances. Over 57% of inhabitants of the UAE expect to see fireworks over the UAE National Day holiday weekend. To mark the day, people typically wear in the colours of the UAE national flag and decorate their houses, businesses, automobiles, and streets. Lights in the colours of the flag are used to adorn palm trees. Flags and lights are used to decorate hotels and other public places. Additionally, some UAE citizens host sporting competitions to commemorate the day.
AlNahda Centre also joins with the celebrations along with the community. Warm Greetings again