Ambassador Abdulla Saif Al Nuaimi of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in Seoul, in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture and Youth and the UAE-Korean Friendship Association, launched the website "www.Zayed-kr.ae" of the late founder, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, in the Korean language, coinciding with the commemoration of Zayed Day for Humanitarian Work, which falls on the 19th of Ramadan every year, and the two countries' celebration of the UAE-Korean Year of Cultural Dialogue.
This initiative aims to introduce Koreans and speakers of the Korean language inside and outside the country about the biography and achievements of the late founder of the UAE, Sheikh Zayed, and contribute to strengthening the cultural diplomacy of the United Arab Emirates, and strengthening rapprochement between the peoples of the two friendly countries, and it is considered an exceptional initiative to be launched as the two countries celebrate the UAE-Korea Year of Cultural Dialogue.
The site includes the emergence of the late and the great course in the founding and establishment of the UAE with the brothers of the rulers of the Emirates in 1971, and reviews his vision in the development and development of the country in various fields and economic, political, cultural sectors, health, education, empowerment of women and others until the UAE gained the global position it deserves, in addition to the most important policies the most important policies that the late Sheikh Zayed pursued with other countries and the original values and customs that they adhere to, such as wisdom, tolerance and reconciliation between the conflicting parties and the rejection of extremism and violence in all its forms, and the site contributes to the delivery of the noble message pursued by the UAE in providing humanitarian aid and charitable works presented by Sheikh Zayed to the international community.
Sheikh Zayed, the founder of the UAE, is considered one of the most influential figures in the international community. He has made the UAE one of the most pioneering countries distinguished for humanitarian and charitable work. The UAE commemorates on the 19th of Ramadan, Zayed's Day for Humanitarian Work, which coincides with the anniversary of the passing of the late, as the UAE has been keen to commemorate this anniversary, following the approach of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan in giving and continuing the charitable works that he instilled in them in fulfillment of his life and inspiration for his wisdom. Among the most famous sayings of His Highness Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan "Foreign aid is one of the main pillars of our foreign policy. Because we believe that there is no real benefit to be gained from the wealth that we have unless it also reaches the needy, wherever they are, regardless of their nationality or beliefs."
The Emirates Red Crescent has become the main provider of humanitarian aid to the UAE since its establishment in 1983. The UAE Red Crescent is considered part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, and the UAE Red Crescent has formed a firm presence at the international level and continues the legacy of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the founder of the UAE, and the UAE’s commitment to help the largest number of people as possible. The UAE provides humanitarian aid to many countries to alleviate the suffering from its shoulders and help them to rehabilitate.
And recently, the UAE sent more than 1,700 tons of medical and food aid to 128 countries, helping more than 1.7 million medical professionals. The UAE has also established 3 field hospitals in Sudan, Guinea-Conakry, and Jordan, to help them respond to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
The International Humanitarian City, established in 2003, built an international humanitarian center based in Dubai, and aims to use its transportation and logistical capabilities to enable humanitarian aid agencies to provide emergency relief items to victims of crises. The International Humanitarian City hosts the offices of United Nations agencies and other non-governmental organizations. The city plays an indispensable role in transporting relief and life-saving materials in emergency situations, thanks to its strategic location in Dubai, which puts it within an eight-hour flight distance to reach a third of the world's population