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Sheikh Abdullah extends gratitude to Czech Republic for supporting injured Emirati couple

Husband and spouse Ahmed Ibrahim Obaid Ali Al Ali and Rowdah Al Mehrizi were wounded in the Czech Republic's most destructive mass shooting. Husband and spouse Ahmed Ibrahim Obaid Ali Al Ali and Rowdah Al Mehrizi were wounded in the Czech Republic's most destructive mass shooting.

Husband and spouse Ahmed Ibrahim Obaid Ali Al Ali and Rowdah Al Mehrizi were wounded in the Czech Republic’s most destructive mass shooting.

Expressing Gratitude

Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, commended the Czech Republic for its assistance and aid extended to the Emirati couple injured in the tragic Prague shooting incident.

Tragic Shooting Incident

The deadly incident unfolded on Thursday, resulting in the loss of 14 lives and injuries to 25 individuals as a student opened fire on a university campus in Prague, marking one of the country’s gravest mass shootings.

Injured Emirati Couple

Identified as Ahmed Ibrahim Obaid Ali Al Ali and Rowdah Al Mehrizi, the Emirati couple sustained injuries during the incident. While the extent of their injuries remains undisclosed, both individuals hold significant roles in Umm Al Quwain Municipality and Dubai’s Road and Transport Authority, respectively.

Gracious Gesture of Condolences

In a demonstration of solidarity, Sheikh Abdullah initiated a phone call to Jan Lipavsky, the Czech Republic’s Minister of Foreign Affairs. During the conversation, he conveyed heartfelt condolences and sympathy for the unfortunate events that transpired at Charles University.

Acknowledgment of Support

Sheikh Abdullah’s gesture underscores the appreciation for the Czech Republic’s support and aid extended to the injured Emirati citizens, reflecting the strong ties and mutual cooperation between the two nations during times of adversity.

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