Sudanese Chief of Joint Staff Visits UAE Memorial

10.07.2017 Sudan
Sudanese Chief of Joint Staff Visits UAE Memorial

Sudanese Chief of Joint Staff Visits UAE Memorial

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Chief of the Joint Staff of Sudan, Lt. General Imad-Eddin Mustafa Adawi, visited Wahat Al Karama, a permanent tribute monument to UAE’s brave soldiers and other Emiratis who made the ultimate sacrifice while serving the nation.

Sheikh Khalifa bin Tahnoun Al Nahyan, Director of the Martyrs’ Families’ Affairs Office of the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince, accompanied him during his visit to the memorial, national news agency WAM reported.

He visited the memorial and pavilion of honor. The pavilion’s circular internal wall is clad with over 2,800 aluminum plates, among which are inscribed the names of the Emirati heroes.

Each of the illuminated plates is engraved with the hero’s name, rank, service branch, location, and date of death.

At the end of the tour, Adwai paid homage to the heroes of the UAE and what they had stood for to their homeland in the book of honor.

On 02 February 2016, President of the Sudanese Republic and Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces issued a decision appointing Lt. General Imad-Eddin Mustafa Adawi as the Chief of Staff, Lt. General Yahia Mohamed Khair as the Deputy Chief of Staff and Lt. General Yagoub Ibrahim as General Inspector of the Armed Forces.

He also issued a decision appointing General Ibrahim Mohamed Al-Hassan as State Minister at the Ministry of Defence and General Kamal-Abdul-Maarouf as the Senior Commander of the Ground Forces.

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