Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) celebrated the 38th UAE National Day with several activities at ENOC Complex throughout last week.
The event was organised by ENOC staff in collaboration with students from Nad Al Hammer School. ENOC employees of different nationalities and from various subsidiaries and divisions within the group attended the colourful event, some with their family members.
The celebrations included activities that focused on the UAE’s rich heritage history, such as the traditional dances “Al Harribia” and “Al Yola”, performance of national songs, local food, national arts and crafts and free Henna application. Among the activities was a market selling cultural items.
Saeed Abdullah Khoory, ENOC Group Chief Executive, said: “The UAE National Day celebrations are a reflection of our strong bonds with the UAE community and serve as an opportunity to demonstrate our emphasis on continuous engagement between businesses and the community.”
“We congratulate the visionary rulers of the country on the 38th UAE National Day. We are honoured to celebrate this exceptional occasion with our national staff, as well as our multi-cultural workforce,” Khoory added.
ENOC, a wholly-owned company of the Government of Dubai, has been celebrating the UAE National Day since its inception in 1993, as part of its endeavour to promote the national solidarity.
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