Posted August 21, 2018 05:15:48Dubai, United Arab Emirates – For some reason, the UAE government has not officially started the countdown to the beginning of the year yet.
But the countdown has already started, and the UAE Ministry of Tourism has issued a press release on Friday announcing that the countdown will start on Tuesday, August 24 at 10am (AEDT).
The announcement is the latest in a series of events that the UAE Government has been running up to the start of the new year.
It was announced in February that the country’s new year will start in mid-August, and that it will end in late October, although some events have been pushed back to next year.
The countdown has also been moved to the last week of August.
This will be the first time that the government has officially started a countdown to start the new years.
The countdown began with the announcement of the opening of the first major construction project in the UAE, the Emirates World Economic Corridor, in Dubai in 2017.
In June, the government announced the start date for the construction of the next Dubai World Stadium, the $2.7 billion ($2.4 billion) mega-stadium to be constructed on the Dubai International Airport site.
Since then, construction of several other projects have started.
A major part of the UAE’s economic development has also taken place in the country.
As a result, Dubai has become a global city with many international landmarks, including the Taj Mahal, the Burj Khalifa, and several of the world’s tallest buildings.
The UAE is also home to the world-famous Emirates Towers, which span 1,826 metres (4,076 feet) in height.