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Mohammed bin Rashid: If a woman wanders alone at any hour without fear, know that she is in the UAE

The results of the recently released Gallup Security and Order 2021 report revealed that the UAE is the safest country in the world with regard to people roaming at night alone in the streets, as the percentage of those who feel safe when roaming alone in the streets of the UAE reached 95%. Then Norway came in second place with 93%, and China came in third place, with 91%.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, said in a tweet on the social networking site “Twitter”: “The UAE is the first in the world, according to the Gallup Security and Order 2021 report, in roaming residents at night alone. Security is a blessing.. and security is tranquility, tranquility and life.. If a woman wanders alone at any hour of the day or night without fear, know that she is in the Emirates.. (Lord, make this a safe country) .. Amen.. and give him peace and tranquility.

For his part, Lieutenant-General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, said in a tweet through his official account on Twitter: “The wisdom of the leader Khalifa bin Zayed, the vision of Sidi Mohammed bin Rashid and the support of Sidi Muhammad bin Zayed, The UAE ranked first in the number of residents wandering at night alone, and ranked second in the world for the safest countries, according to the results of the Gallup Security and Order 2021 report. May God protect the UAE and perpetuate its security.

Although the Middle East and North Africa region was ranked sixth in the law and public order index among the ten regions identified by the report, the high points scored by the UAE in the various criteria of the index enabled it to occupy the top spot in the ranking within the security and personal safety component by achieving a percentage of It reached 95%, and ranked second on the general index with 93 points behind Norway, which ranked first with a score of 94 points in the general ranking, and came second behind the UAE in the personal security and safety component with 93%, and the UAE is the only Arab and Middle Eastern country included in the first 15 positions within the report.

In this year’s edition of the index, Gallup relied on the answers given by about 120,000 residents “aged 15 and older” in 115 countries and territories around the world, to four questions about how safe they feel in the countries in which they live, and the ability of government in each country. A state to establish order and apply the law.

The report stated that the UAE enjoys advanced levels of security, personal safety and public order for its residents, whereby anyone in it can leave the house at any time throughout the day, without any threats to his security and personal safety, as he praised the level of public order in the country, which It ensures maximum levels of security, in addition to the great confidence that residents place on its land in the police and other security institutions.

Melissa Galbraith
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