Al-Maleh Festival in Dibba Al-Hisn begins next Wednesday

Al-Maleh Festival in Dibba Al-Hisn begins next Wednesday
Al-Maleh Festival in Dibba Al-Hisn begins next Wednesday

Dibba Al-Hisn City Municipality and Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry are organizing the “Al-Maleh and Fishing Festival”, in its eighth session over four days, starting next Wednesday.
Festival activities include a large number of recreational, heritage, awareness and cultural activities that celebrate the ancient salt industry with the participation of government departments in the emirate, and highlight the marine heritage of the Emirati people. The festival offers many types of salty, in addition to artistic performances, and traditional songs with the participation of a number of popular bands in the region.
Mohamed Ahmed Amin Al-Awadi, Director General of the Chamber, said, “We are proud of the cooperation and strategic partnership between us and the municipality of Dibba Al-Hisn. Children of the Emirates for generations.
Al-Awadi added, “The Chamber has always been keen to organize the festival since its launch nine years ago, out of its keenness to highlight the popular heritage of the Emirates as part of its social responsibility, and in support of the food industries in the smiling emirate, as the salty industry is one of the most important and oldest traditional industries in the region, and has contributed significantly permanent in achieving food security for the Emirati people.”
Talib Abdullah Al Yahyai, ​​Director of Dibba Al Hisn City Municipality, said, “We are keen to organize the festival with the Chamber every year with the aim of celebrating one of the most important and ancient professions practiced by the people of the Emirates, father and grandfather to grandson over hundreds of years, as well as to preserve an important aspect of the country’s popular heritage. The festival is one of the most important events specialized in the salty industry in the entire Arabian Gulf region.”
Al Yahyai called on residents and residents of Dibba Al Hisn, the Eastern Region and the country, as well as tourists, to visit the festival and learn about the Emirati maritime heritage, and all related professions, crafts and industries, as well as enjoy the rich entertainment and artistic atmosphere that takes place on its fringes.
The festival opens its doors to visitors from nine in the morning until nine in the evening throughout the days of its holding, taking into account the health and precautionary measures in force in the country.


AlMaleh Festival Dibba AlHisn begins Wednesday

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