Bahrain leaders congratulates on national days

Bahrain leaders congratulates on national days

Information Affairs Minister Ali bin Mohammed
Al‑Romaihi saluted the leaders on the anniversary of the establishment of the
modern state of Bahrain as an Arab and Muslim country in 1783 by its
founder Ahmed Al‑Fateh, the 46th Anniversary of its accession to the UN as
a full member and the 18th Anniversary of HM the King’s Accession to the

He congratulated His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al‑Khalifa, His Royal
Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al‑Khalifa and His Royal
Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al‑Khalifa, the Crown Prince, Deputy
Supreme Commander and First Deputy Prime Minister.

He extended the congratulations to the leaders as he opened the National
Day Festival at the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC), describing the
festivities gripping Bahrain as a landmark patriotic epic which reflects national
unity and belonging.

He paid tribute to the people of Bahrain for their allegiance to the wise
leadership of HM the King and the Government, hailing Bahrain as an
intellectual, cultural and civilizational oasis and model of reform, democracy,

rule of the law as well as sustainable economic and social development.

Al‑Romaihi extended thanks to HRH the Crown Prince for supporting the
organization of the national festival at the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC)
for the fifth consecutive year.

He highlighted the four‑day programme which lines up national festivities,
concerts entertainment events which bring all the people of Bahrain together
and deepen their pride in their country’s development strides.

Al‑Romaihi reiterated the ministry’s keenness on highlighting the national
festivities in all mass media and reflecting citizens’ allegiance to HM the King
and support to the Government’s programmes towards maintaining security
and stability and furthering political, economic and social achievements and

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