The Emergency and Disaster Authority issued a statement regarding preparedness for bad weather in the UAE

Regarding the United Arab Emirates' readiness to deal with adverse weather conditions, the Emergency and Disaster Authority has published a statement.

The Emergency and Disaster Authority issues an important statement to the public regarding preparedness for bad weather in the Emirates.

It is crucial to note that the Emergency and Disaster Authority has issued a statement to the general public addressing the preparedness of the Emirates for adverse weather conditions.

For the purpose of securing their vehicles, it was strongly recommended that the general public exercise caution, comply with the safety requirements, and follow the directions provided by the appropriate authorities.

The National Emergency, Crisis, and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA), in conjunction with the necessary authorities, has certified that they are fully ready and prepared to deal with the low-pressure weather system that the United Arab Emirates is currently experiencing.

The UAE has confirmed that they are prepared to deal with bad weather.

The National Centre for Environmental Management (NCEMA) declared today that this was successful after a series of meetings in which representatives of the Ministry of Interior, the National Centre of Meteorology, and other pertinent government organizations participated.

Especially in regions that may experience heavy rain and hail, the National Center for Emergency Management (NCEMA) urged the general public to exercise caution, adhere to the safety requirements, and follow the instructions of the relevant authorities in order to secure their vehicles. Additionally, they urged people to stay away from watercourses and floods, as well as to avoid rugged areas such as mountains.

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