ABU DHABI, UAE: The Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar Ul Haq Kakar on Tuesday visited national and cultural landmark Wahat Al Karama in Abu Dhabi to pay homage to the sacrifices of UAE heroes who laid down their lives in the services of their Country.
The prime minister was welcomed by the Chairman of the Office of Development and Martyrs Families Affairs at the Presidential Court Sheikh Thayeb bin Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
Anwaar Ul Haq Kakar attended the solemn guard of honour ceremony. Afterwards, he laid a wreath at the Martyrs’ Monument.
The Martyrs’ Monument comprises 31 panels leaning on one another to symbolise the unity and solidarity between the UAE’s leadership, people and heroic soldiers.
The interim prime minister was briefed about the memorial which embodies the sacrifices of valiant Emirati soldiers.
At the end of the tour, he noted his remarks on the memorial’s guest book, expressing his appreciation for the UAE’s brave martyrs.
Wahat Al Karama is a national and cultural landmark in UAE’s Capital, Abu Dhabi, which was established to commemorate the heroic actions of the UAE’s martyrs and their sacrifices in defence of the UAE.