Within the activities of the holy month of Ramadan, the Abu Dhabi Police have organized the 9th Ramadan Tournament in football and other related games under the title “World Cup for Workers.” The tournament is held at the ICAD Residential City and is held in the interest of activating the community role between police and the international workforce and community members.
In a speech delivered at the covered hall in the ICAD Residential City, Major Saeed Salim Al Rashidi stressed the keenness of Abu Dhabi Police, as represented by the Directorate of Peripheral Areas, Musaffah Police Center, and Community Police, to promote the bonds of cooperation and communication between the police and community members. This cooperation is an embodiment of the ADP strategy, which is based on spreading culture, social security, and unified efforts of establishing security - as security is the responsibility of everyone.

Major Al Rashidi also extended his thanks to the partners for sponsoring the championship and for supporting its success for the 9th year in a row.

Abdullah Rashid Al Ka’bi delivered a speech on behalf of ICAD Residential City in which he lauded the efforts of the Ministry of Labor, Abu Dhabi Municipality, and Etisalat for their effective contributions in organizing the Ramadan championship. The championship emphasized the attention that partners give to workers and their vital role in the development projects executed by the government.

The championship started with the national anthem of the UAE, followed by a recitation of verses from the Holy Quran, and a number of musical pieces played by the Police Music Band in the presence of a large rally. The sport activities started with tug-of-war and the first football match.

The “World Cup for Workers” was sponsored by Emirates Steel and the attendees of the opening ceremony were: Major Abdullah Al Harithi, Chief of Community Police Section at the Peripheral Regions Department; Captain Ali Salem Al Sai’ari, Head of Partnerships and Awareness Team and Supervisor of Ramadan initiatives; Abdul Aziz Al Amiri, Director of Public Relations at Emirates Steel; and a large number of officers and community members.

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