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HM the King pays visit to camping areas
08 : 37 PM - 10/01/2014
Manama, January 10 (BNA) – His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa had a tour in the camping areas of the Kingdom, where he was briefed on the efforts done by the Supreme Council for Environment in those areas to preserve wild life, particularly following the rain fall recently witnessed by the Kingdom.




His Majesty the King also was briefed on services and facilities provided by the Southern Governorate for camping areas-goers during the various holidays and occasion for recreation after work periods, in addition to its efforts in raising awareness of mainland-goers to comply with safety regulations followed for their own safety.



His Majesty the King hailed the great efforts done by the relevant parties to preserve the natural wealth offered by Allah for Kingdom of Bahrain.



HM the King directed for care and concern to be allocated for such areas, especially Kingdom of Bahrain contains places worthy of visiting for recreation and spending the holidays in such beautiful days, in addition to providing the best services to citizens and residents along the year, so everyone will enjoy their times.



During HM the King’s tour with a number of citizens, he exchanged friendly talks with them, where he was assured on the facilities provided, highlighting the sincere national role of the Bahraini citizens, and their sustainable keenness to reinforce Kingdom of Bahrain’s prestige at all areas, wishing all of them to have great times.



For their part, the citizens expressed their utmost thanks and appreciation for HM the King’s care and concern for all the people of the Kingdom, and highlighted their happiness to meet with HM the King, asking Almighty Allah to preserve HM the King, the Kingdom of Bahrain and its people with welfare, security and prosperity.




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