Urgent UAE Embassy evacuates 34 citizens in US due to hurricane

UAE authorities released a statement urging citizens in the US to prioritize safety by avoiding hurricane-affected areas. The message stressed the importance of caution in the face of the impending storm, emphasizing the potential dangers associated with such conditions.

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Uae Cautions: Hurricane Idalia Approaches Western Florida

In response to the impending threat of Hurricane Idalia along the coast of Western Florida, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has taken proactive measures to safeguard its citizens residing in the affected region.

Moreover, Yousef Mana Al Otaiba, the UAE Ambassador to the United States of America, emphasized the UAE's unwavering commitment to monitoring the well-being of its citizens abroad and ensuring their safety.

The UAE Embassy evacuation of citizens

The UAE Embassy in Washington swiftly executed the evacuation of its citizens from the state of Florida, relocating 16 individuals to the city of Miami and 18 Emiratis to Atlanta. This proactive response underscores the UAE's dedication to the welfare of its citizens and their security in times of crisis.

Furthermore, the UAE embassy issued a critical advisory urging resident citizens to exercise extreme caution and avoid areas directly impacted by the hurricane. Emirati nationals were strongly advised to adhere to the guidance and directives issued by local authorities.

In cases of emergency, citizens were encouraged to promptly reach out to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the UAE via the emergency contact number 0097180024. These measures exemplify the UAE's commitment to the safety and well-being of its citizens, even when they are abroad.

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