Abu Dhabi's Yas Island lights up in tricolour in solidarity with India during Covid crisis

Other premier building including the Burj Khalifa and Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) headquarters, were also lit up with the tricolour to show solidarity with India

As India is coping up with the second waves of coronavirus surge, some prominent buildings and landmarks in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), including the Burj Khalifa and Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) headquarters, were lit up with the tricolour to show solidarity with India. Yas Island in Abu Dhabi is the latest on the list to express solidarity on April 25.

Yas Island of Abu Dhabi is a premier leisure and entertainment hub in Abu Dhabi. On Sunday it lit up with the tri-colours of the Indian flag in a show of support and solidarity with the people of India. The island had displayed the flag on its grid shell light canopy and also extend a message of hope and unity during the hour of need.

‘India In UAE’ shared the pictures on Twitter and said: “We thank our friend #UAE for standing by us in these testing times.

According to the updated data issued by the Union Health Ministry on Tuesday morning, India registered over 3.23 lakh new Covid-19 cases and 2,771 deaths in the past 24 hours.

Several countries, including the United States and the United Kingdom, even neighbouring country Pakistan sending help to India.

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