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Humaid Belhoul reviews Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre

Posted 19 August 2020 · Add Comment

The Board of Directors of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC) held a meeting chaired by Talal Humaid Belhoul, vice president, MBRSC to discuss developments related to future projects at the Centre, aligned with the strategic plan of the UAE’s National Space Programme.

 

During the meeting Humaid Belhoul was briefed on the reports of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre’s current projects, strategy and future plans that endeavours to support the country's strategy in the space sector and its contributions to other sectors in the UAE, within the UAE’s National Space Programme.

 

Humaid Belhoul said: “Space is a competitive arena for scientific knowledge, and we are proud that the UAE is one of nine countries in the world that has an active space programme. We have achieved a lot in this short span, but we have much more to accomplish. We will work towards achieving the vision of the wise leadership of the UAE to be one of the leading countries in terms of knowledge and scientific achievements.”

 

He added: “The Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre is run by a team of industrious and creative minds who are constantly aiming to scale new heights. We also have Emirati youth who are eager to join the space sector and contribute to its ambitious efforts. That is why I am fully confident that we are today living in an era of knowledge, creative ideas, and innovation. The Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre along with other organisations in the UAE’s space sector is proud to be part of the first 50 years of our glorious Union. We are also ready to contribute towards a future centred around sustainability, prosperity, development and scientific advancements.”

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