Dubai Police, addressed by the Security Awareness Department, has embraced an initiative to strengthen cultural exchanges with consuls and conciliatory characters in the emirate through a local area drive named ‘Cultural Exchange Visits’.
The people group initiative coordinated visits for consuls and conciliatory characters to Dubai Police Museum and the Security Innovation Lab to upgrade participation and cultural and social correspondence. Moreover, the visitors were acquainted with the history of Dubai Police, its accomplishments, and future ventures in wellbeing and security.
Mr Butti Al Falasi, Director of the Security Awareness Department at Dubai Police, said that the initiative was under the directives of Lieutenant General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, and was followed-up by Brigadier Khaled Shehail, Director of the General Department of Community Happiness at Dubai Police.
“The initiative effectively finished its first stage by getting sorted out an uncommon visit for consuls of six nations — Kuwait, Grenada, Turkey, Tajikistan, Lebanon and Zambia — to the Dubai Police Museum and the Security Innovation Lab, within the sight of 45 conciliatory and consular characters and delegates from these nations”, he added.
Al Falasi called attention to that these visits were lined up with Dubai Police’s essential target to guarantee local area joy among Arab and unfamiliar inhabitants in Dubai, focusing on the power’s astuteness to advance more grounded participation and coordinated effort with neighborhood, local and worldwide conciliatory accomplices.