general info HH SHEIKH MOHAMMED HELPS IN THIS TRAGIC STORY
HH Sheikh Mohammed Helps In This Tragic Story
Updated on 25 November 2018

During a holiday in Dubai, Anastasia Popova tragically lost her mother after a collapse caused by a rupture in her heart. Despite medical treatment, at a total of over Dhs 800,000, her mother did not survive. His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, heard of the tragic story and intervened to cover the total medical bill incurred by the incident. The aide also covers the cost of transporting Popova’s mother to her homeland as well as flight tickets for the whole family to return to their home in Russian. Popova was vacationing in the city with her mother and two daughters.

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