The flooding of large areas of the UAE in recent days is causing damage to its tourism position, which is promoted as one of the newest countries in terms of infrastructure.
Scenes of the damage of number of tourist and commercial places that rain left were spread on social media.
The UAE authorities were quick to call on citizens not to publish these scenes on the platforms to maintain the reputation of the country and not harm them, especially as it is a tourist country, and these images may cause the reluctance of tourists from coming to the country.
It was noted that commercial markets in the UAE have been badly hit by the rains that leaked into shops and damaged goods and clothing, causing heavy losses.
Important state facilities such as the airport and others in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Fujairah have been seriously damaged by poor infrastructure to deal with the heavy rainfall.
Emaar Dubai said in a tweet on Twitter on Sunday that heavy rain has affected the Dubai Mall and caused leaks in some areas.
Videos on social media also showed water leaking into shops in many shopping stores.
“We are working to address all the leaks as the shops continue to function normally, with teams working on the job to provide service to visitors.”
The company did not disclose the extent of the damage or losses suffered by the “Dubai Mall”.
The National Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management Authority in the UAE issued a warning earlier this week that the country would be affected by a state of unstable weather during which clouds will increase with the chance of rain from Saturday morning.
The agency said that the rains start with the islands and progress towards the coasts and northern and eastern areas, calling on citizens to follow the weather through official channels.
The UAE system promotes the state of happiness and development but in fact covers a major flaw in its services to UAE nationals and expatriates, especially in economically and socially marginalized areas.
The pioneers of social networking sites, a video of a UAE national in the Kalba region, complaining of poor coastal infrastructure destroyed by the hurricane and the current tropical cayar.
The rolling video shows the coasts and beaches of Kabaa, which have been devastated and submerged by sea water, due to recent weather changes and the accompanying bad weather.
Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, said to Beeline: “We were impressed by the tsunamis of Kalba. The sea is simulating itself and wants to reach the previous landfill.
He added: “We will start work on filling the area extending from Khor Kalba to the port of Kalba by a distance of 300 meters, which will break the wave in the depth.”
He said: We are dealing with the situation, and we do not accept to be one of this level, and what we are doing now is only first aid, and treatment we are working on, noting that he is now working to establish large companies, and the citizen is a partner in shares without paying, and the government gives it to them. The government has a corporate governance ratio. ”
A number of houses and schools have been damaged by the tropical weather Kiar and the storm Maha, which have ignored the demands of citizens to reduce such disasters.
The changing weather situation also caused 386 fishermen to be unable to fish and 24 situations affected, due to high sea waves.