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HM King Hamad Tours Wildlife Areas
09 : 38 PM - 17/12/2012
Manama-Dec17(BNA) His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa today toured the wildlife areas across the Kingdom of Bahrain, accompanied by his Personal Representative and President of the Public Commission for the Protection of Marine Resources, Environment and Wildlife His Highness Shaikh Abdulla bin Hamad Al-Khalifa, His Highness Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al-Khalifa and His Highness Shaikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa.

HM the King was updated on the efforts of the commission to preserve the environment and the wildlife, especially after the recent rain in Bahrain, which would benefit green areas and diversify the wildlife.
HM the King also reviewed services and facilities, provided by the Southern Governorate for campers, during different holidays and occasions. He also commended good efforts made by authorities, concerned to preserve the Environment and Wildlife, in Bahrain.
HM the King directed for more care for these areas, noting that Bahrain has many areas for leisure, which can be considered holiday destinations.
HM expressed thanks and gratitude, to members of the Royal Family, Parliament Chairman, Mps, Shura Shura Council members, Governors, municipal chairmen and councils.
He also thanked all states' ministries, institutions and authorities, in addition to private sector companies, and all citizens inside Bahrain, and abroad as well as residents.
HM the King also thanked heads and affiliates of Bahraini diplomatic missions, heads of political societies, non-profit organizations, heads and members of national sports clubs, and unions, in addition to editors-in-chief of local newspapers and other media channels, who expressed congratulations on the occasion of National Day, and 13th anniversary for HM the King's accession to the throne, through sending cables, calls ,newspaper ads, or street banners, and celebrating the occasion.
HM the King prayed Allah Almighty to preserve Bahrain's security and stability and bless it with further progress and property. DH/AHN
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