sheikh mansour bin zayed al nahyan: National Library to be set up internationally in the country: UAE – sheikh mansour reviews plans to build world-class national library in uae

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UAE: The UAE has decided to establish an international standard national library with the aim of promoting reading in the country. The necessary steps have been taken for this. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Dubai’s Deputy Prime Minister, said the library would be a cultural beacon for the country. He clearly reviewed what the library plan should look like.

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The new library in Dubai will be modeled on libraries around the world. It has been decided to conduct a clear study in this regard. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan directed the members of the Board of Directors of the National Archives and Library to conduct the study. Seek the help of artificial intelligence to translate books on history and the humanities. Information should be gathered from a variety of sources. The history and heritage of the UAE should then be documented on this basis. Built in 1981, the Abu Dhabi National Library is now the largest library in the country. There are more than 20 lakh books here.

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The UAE is the country that has declared a national law to promote reading. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan’s new announcement is a decision that will go down in history. He announced that the printing and distribution of new books in the country would be exempted from all taxes and fees. The law also says that working people should be given special time to read.

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