The Sharjah Ruler issues official orders regarding damage caused by heavy rains

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The Ruler of Sharjah has issued official directives regarding the damage that heavy rainfall caused.

Orders of the Ruler of Sharjah regarding damage resulting from rain.

Directives issued by the Ruler of Sharjah in reference to the damage that was caused by rain.

The Sharjah Ruler is in charge of directing the damage assessment after heavy rains caused flooding and roadways to become flooded.

To expedite feasible methods of assistance, all responsible authorities must collaborate and coordinate their efforts.

The Sharjah Ruler orders an assessment of rain damage.

Following the occurrence of unprecedented rainfall in the United Arab Emirates, the Ruler of Sharjah instructed the appropriate authorities to promptly initiate the process of evaluating the damage that was caused by the consequences of the meteorological condition that the emirate encountered.

Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, the Ruler of Sharjah, also instructed the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure to reopen valley drains in Fujairah, according to a post on X by the Sharjah Government Media Bureau on Friday. The filling in of these drains led to "large accumulations of rainwater in residential neighborhoods in the city of Kalba."

Sheikh Sultan Al Qasimi’s instructions after Sharjah was damaged by floods.

Following the damage caused by floods in Sharjah, Sheikh Sultan Al Qasimi issued the following directives:.

Sheikh Dr. Sultan went on to say that the Sharjah Police General Command, the Sharjah Civil Defense Authority, the Department of Social Services, the municipalities of the emirate, and all other competent authorities that provide logistical support in operations need to collaborate and coordinate in order to combat the effects of the weather, begin assessing the damage, and expedite any possible means of support.

The President of the Emirates issued important orders after infrastructure was damaged due to floods.

Floods caused significant damage to the Emirates' infrastructure, prompting the President of the Emirates to issue critical instructions.

President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed issued an order for an investigation into the country's infrastructure in a statement earlier on Wednesday. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, has also issued a statement expressing his gratitude for the efforts of the "dedicated teams of citizens and residents." Furthermore, the UAE's leaders have emphasized that the protection of the people is their number one priority.

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