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Dubai Customs commemorate strategic partners at Dubai Airport

Dubai Customs commemorate strategic partners at Dubai Airport

DUBAI: A ceremony was organized by the Passenger Operations Department in which Dubai Customs and Airport both commemorated as strategic allies. The ceremony’s guest was H.E Ahmed Mahboob Musabih, Director of Dubai Customs, Major General Mohammed Ahmed Al Marri, Director of General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs.

H.E. Ahmed Mahboob welcomed attendees and stressed that meeting with DC’s partners at Dubai airports is part of a one-team spirit that drives our joint work for the best interest of the United Arab Emirates. He emphasized Dubai Customs ‘ commitment to establishing and continually fostering exceptional cooperation and partnerships with the private and public sectors.

“Constrictive cooperation is the foundation for successful service delivery, and for handling upcoming opportunities, such as the hosting of World Expo 2020 and Al Maktoum International Airport’s huge expansion project,” he added.

Representatives of DC’s strategic partners hailed this initiative and praised Dubai Customs ‘ economic, societal and security roles being the first line of defense for Dubai in particular and the UAE in general. They also commended the highly qualified human resources of Dubai Customs at all ports, offering arrival passengers a warmer and friendly welcome experience.

The honored entities were Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Dubai Police General Headquarters (represented General Department of Airport Security, General Department of Anti-Narcotics and General State Security Department), the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs, Dubai Airports, Dubai Establishment for Aviation Engineering Projects, Department of Finance – Government of Dubai, Emirates Group, flydubai, Dubai Duty Free, dnata, and many other organizations from the public and private sectors.