United Arab Emirates- by Kashvi
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES• ABOUT-– Arab country in the southeast of the ArabianPeninsula on the Persian Gulf, bordering Oman to...
The Seven Emirates-• Abu Dhabi• Ajman• Dubai• Fujairah• Ras Al Khaimah• Sharjah• Umm- Al Quwain
ABU DHABISheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Sultan AlNahyan
AJMANSheikh Humaid bin Rashid AlNuaimi
DUBAISheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum
FUJAIRAHSheikh Hamad bin Mohammad Al Sharqi
RAS AL KHAIMAHSheikh Saud bin Saqr al-Qasimi
SHARJAHSheikh Dr.Sultan bin Muhammad al-Qasimi
UMM AL QUWAINSheikh Saud bin Rashid Al Mu`alla
•THANK YOU
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Kashi UAE

  1. 1. United Arab Emirates- by Kashvi
  2. 2. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES• ABOUT-– Arab country in the southeast of the ArabianPeninsula on the Persian Gulf, bordering Oman to theeast and Saudi Arabia to the south, as well as sharingsea borders with Qatar and Iran.– UAE is a federation of seven emirates– Capital – Abu Dhabi– Currency- Dirhams / Fils– Religion – Islam– Population- 8 million (estimated in 2012)– UAE oil reserves are ranked as the worlds seventh-largest
  3. 3. The Seven Emirates-• Abu Dhabi• Ajman• Dubai• Fujairah• Ras Al Khaimah• Sharjah• Umm- Al Quwain
  4. 4. ABU DHABISheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Sultan AlNahyan
  5. 5. AJMANSheikh Humaid bin Rashid AlNuaimi
  6. 6. DUBAISheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum
  7. 7. FUJAIRAHSheikh Hamad bin Mohammad Al Sharqi
  8. 8. RAS AL KHAIMAHSheikh Saud bin Saqr al-Qasimi
  9. 9. SHARJAHSheikh Dr.Sultan bin Muhammad al-Qasimi
  10. 10. UMM AL QUWAINSheikh Saud bin Rashid Al Mu`alla
  11. 11. •THANK YOU
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