Here’s How the UAE Is Helping Emiratis in the US During Hurricane Irma

The government of the United Arab Emirates is once again setting an example, for all other states, on how they immensely care for the well-being and security of their citizens! After Hurricane Harvey ripped through Houston, Hurricane Irma is doing the same to the state of Florida.

 

via popsugar

 

While Irma already hit and destroyed many parts of the Caribbean, as it heads to the southern United States, HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed is taking precautions to ensure all Emiratis in the state are safe.

 

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, sent planes to Florida to evacuate Emiratis living there before Irma hit. The Emiratis were evacuated on Friday and flown to Washington, DC, where they’ll remain safely through the end of the storm.

 

Via Twitter

 

 

WE SAID THIS: The UAE Embassy in Washington has asked Emiratis who are still in Florida to contact them via the following hotlines in case of an emergency:  (0012025776005) (0012027660088) (0013048887756).

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