Dubai’s Burj Khalifa turned in the colors of Pakistani flags on the eve of New Year 2021. The skyscraper depicted a Pakistani flag with a message in Urdu that translates to Happy New Year.
The video of Burj Khalifa illuminated with a Pakistani flag circulated on social media. UAE hosted 33 fireworks with Abu Dhabi’s Al-Wathba put up 35-minute long fireworks show that according to UAE media broke two world records.
Burj Khalifa illuminates with Pakistani flag
Back in August 2020, the skyscraper Burj Khalifa in UAE displayed the flag of Pakistan on its 74th Independence Day. These tourist attractions in UAE and Turkey displayed the national flag to hail brotherly relations with Pakistan.
#WATCH: World’s tallest skyscraper #BurjKhalifa illuminates displaying #Pakistan’s flag to celebrate new year 2020 || #HappyNewYear
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–https://t.co/eGzOWnWyu4 pic.twitter.com/hlg6Lq5G9P— Arab News Pakistan (@arabnewspk) January 1, 2021
— Asma Ali Zain (@asmaalizain) December 31, 2020
The tallest skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, lit up with the national flag of Pakistan on its 74th Independence Day. The pictures of the skyscraper circulated on social media yesterday. The official Twitter account of Burj-ul-Khalifa also tweeted pictures of a mighty skyscraper illuminated with the Pakistani flag.
Moreover, UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres New Year’s message was broadcast in Urdu for the first time. According to the details, the message was broadcasted in the Urdu language to expand the outreach of his message to a larger audience.
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Usually, the messages of the UN Secretary-General are broadcasted in fixed six languages which are English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Arabic, and Russian.
In his message, Guterres said 2020 was a tough marred by tragedies, trials, and tears as COVID-19 upended our lives and plunged the world into grief and suffering.
The message said that the world is going through an unprecedented increase in poverty, inequality, and hunger due to disappearing jobs and mounting debts while insecurity is rampant amid domestic violence and child abuse.
However, he shed a light on the positive progress in the world including the scientists developing a vaccine in record time, countries coming together to develop policies for preventing climate catastrophes, and frontline workers fighting bravely against the pandemic. He stressed on the communities to work together to multiply the efforts of positive work.
GVS News Desk