AFP Kareem Sahib
Anwar Karkash, an adviser to the president of the United Arab Emirates, has confirmed that his country looks to the future with “optimism” a year after the end of the Gulf crisis with Qatar, a year after the end of the al-Ula deal in Saudi Arabia.
In a tweet released on Sunday, Karkash said: “More than a year after the end of the al-Ula agreement, we look forward to the future of the United Arab Emirates, with a commendable Saudi initiative, and greater cooperation in improving prosperity and stability and integrating Gulf and Arab relations.”
The Emirati official added: “The challenges facing the world are to move towards unity for the benefit of all the people of the region.”
More than a year after the end of the Al-Ula agreement, we look forward to further cooperation with the valuable Saudi Arabian initiative, which will give the Emirates confidence in the future, strengthen prosperity and stability, and lead to the integration of the Gulf and the Gulf. Arab Relations. pic.twitter.com/ylU4YLtDVb
– Dr. Anwar Karkash (nAnwarGargash) January 9, 2022
Since June 5, 2017, the Gulf region has seen a severe political crisis between Qatar on the one hand and Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt on the other. Saudi Arabia’s al-Ula signed a reconciliation agreement with the four countries on January 5, 2021, accusing the four countries of neglecting their neighbors, severing land, and with them maritime and air traffic, diverting them from the Arab environment to Iran and supporting organizations that could destabilize the region. Gulf Cooperation Council Conference in the City.
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