Abu Dhabi: The Central Bank of the UAE (CBUAE) and Abu Dhabi Ports unveiled 1,000 commemorative silver coins in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of Zayed Port and the 10th anniversary of Khalifa Port.
The release of these commemorative coins acknowledges the accomplishments made by Abu Dhabi’s ports and their contribution to the emirate’s marine industry throughout the years. It also emphasises the importance of those ports in the process of development, particularly Khalifa Port, one of the world’s ports with the highest rate of growth and a key location on one of the busiest and most vital trade routes.
Each coin is 60 grammes in weight. The name “Central Bank of the UAE” is written in Arabic and English on the front side, along with a drawing of the Abu Dhabi Ports Group emblem.
As for the back side of the coin, it includes a drawing of the port, and the name “AD Ports Group” in Arabic and English on the top, in addition to the “Zayed Port 50th anniversary” and “Khalifa Port 10th anniversary” on the upper and lower sides in Arabic and English, and the nominal value of $13 (AED50).
“We are also pleased to work and cooperate with the Abu Dhabi Ports Group, and we look forward to more achievements,” the Governor remarked.