Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Emirati educator Abdul Khalik Abdullah on Monday commented on the participation of Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdullah in mourning the late Emirates President Sheikh Khalifa bin Saeed on Friday. .
Abdullah wrote on his Twitter page, “Thank you to the Iranian Foreign Minister for attending the funeral of Sheikh Khalifa bin Saeed in the United Arab Emirates. May God have mercy on him and first of all thank the President of Iran.” We have to come and pay our respects to him. “
“Iran has missed the opportunity to support the path of regional reconciliation. Perhaps this is a continuation of Iran’s arrogance towards the Arab Gulf states. We feel and know that closely.”
UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Saeed thanked the Iranian Foreign Minister for his condolences. Iran has missed the opportunity to support the path of regional reconciliation, perhaps as a continuation of Iran’s arrogance towards the Arab Gulf states, which we are closely aware of. https://t.co/F6znY3SZyN
For his part, the Iranian foreign minister said on his Twitter account: “Iran is opening a new page in relations between the Islamic Republic and the United Arab Emirates. We are strengthening the hands of our neighbors. The neighbor is deceiving the enemy.”
Iran opens new page in relations between the Islamic Republic and the United Arab Emirates. Strengthen the hands of our neighbors. The strength of relations with neighboring countries disappoints the enemies of the region. https://t.co/IKaSHSRXaa
World leaders have flocked to the Emirati capital to mourn the death of Sheikh Khalifa bin Saeed.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Saeed, the former Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and the newly appointed Emirati President-elect on Saturday, the day after Sheikh Khalifa’s death, greeted them.
The first European leader to visit Abu Dhabi on Sunday had important military and economic ties with French President Emmanuel Macron and the United Arab Emirates, and congratulated Sheikh Mohammed on his appointment and discussed world affairs, the Elysee report said. , Including Ukraine.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who visited Abu Dhabi on Saturday, tweeted: I congratulate Sheikh Mohammed bin Saeed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates, on my visit to mourn the death of Sheikh Khalifa. .. The United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates will continue to work closely together. It will be closer to the security and prosperity of our people. “