Diversity of society is basic essence of strong bondsHis Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander, described advising and listening to the other as a formula that should be adopted in all respects to reach results that benefit all.
He was speaking as he visited the majlis of Ahmed Mansoor Al A’ali, accompanied by his son Shaikh Mohammed bin Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa.
He described the meetings in the Holy Month of Ramadan as an approach which makes part of the Bahraini customs and traditions.
“Our hearts are always open to listen and talk with all those who want good to the nation and citizens,” HRH the Crown Prince, said.
He enquired about the situation of the market and the trade sector, hailing the key role played by Ahmed Mansoor Al A’ali, alongside his compatriots, in building the nation and contributing to its progress.
He expressed optimism about the upcoming phase, adding that “Bahrain is fine under the leadership of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa.”
HRH the Crown Prince underlined the need to deal wisely with ideas which are alien to the Bahraini society and intended to undermine co-existence and interaction among the Bahraini people.
“We managed to deal with those ideas in the past and we will continue to do so thanks to concerted efforts,” HRH, said.
During his visit to Al Arrayedh family’s majlis, HRH the Crown Prince said that social interaction is inevitable among members of the one family no matter what the circumstances are.
He urged to learn from mistakes to make the country stronger and more tenacious.
HRH underscored the need to respect the law and constitutional institutions, pointing out the importance of active participation of all segments of the Bahraini society in the next phase.
He underlined utmost importance of preserving civic peace and social texture, adding that “Bahrain has always been for all.”
“Diversity in the Bahraini society makes reciprocal respect a must for all,” HRH stressed, describing social cohesion and civic peace as the main goal.
“We want to pass down to future generations’ consensus, co-existence and tolerance among all components of the Bahraini society,” he said, urging to place the national interest above anything else.
HRH also urged to enrich the cultural momentum in Bahrain by supporting the Bahraini literature.
HRH the Crown Prince visited Shaikh Mustafa Abdullatif’s majlis where he praised the family’s contributions to various sectors, recalling the kingdom’s commercial and industrial march since the fifties of last century.
Discussions also focused on the need to further bolster GCC cooperation, stressing the need to provide the Bahraini youth with the opportunities to develop themselves in various fields and benefit the nation from their potentials and competence.
The audience recalled the famous saying of the late Bahrain Ruler Shaikh Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa “Our majlises are our schools”, lauding HRH the Crown Prince’s habit to communicate with all, especially through the Ramadan majlises.
HRH was accompanied during his visits by Crown Prince Court Advisor for Political and Economic Affairs Shaikh Mohammed bin Isa Al Khalifa, Crown Prince Court Chief Shaikh Khalifa bin Daij Al Khalifa, Crown Prince’s Advisor Shaikh Ahmed bin Khalifa Al Khalifa and Personal Secretary Shaikh Abdullah bin Isa Al Khalifa.
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