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Makhdoom bin Mohammed: The partnership between the UAE and the UK continues to flourish

Makhdoom bin Mohammed: The partnership between the UAE and the UK continues to flourish

Dubai (Etihad)

HH Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of Dubai, welcomed Lord Gerald Edgar Grimston, Minister for Investment, UK Department of Trade, at his headquarters yesterday. Ruler of Dubai Office.
During the meeting, the steady development of UAE-British relations in various fields was reviewed under the leadership of the Head of State Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, may God protect, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Britain is within the framework of a mutual interest in developing partnership and cooperative relations by identifying opportunities to contribute to serving the interests of both countries and benefiting the people of both countries, and by finding additional opportunities to contribute to the strengthening of those relations.
His Highness Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum expressed the UAE’s pride in its growing partnership with the United Arab Emirates, which continues to thrive amidst the global changes around it, confirming the strength of that partnership and strong historical ties. On that basis, the UAE is keen to work closely with the UK to combine elements of progress and prosperity for their people and contribute positively to finding effective solutions to current global challenges. While expanding the exchange of experiences, ideas and views between the two sides on issues of common concern.
Both sides emphasized that the Prime Minister’s visit to London last September gave a major boost to bilateral relations. A number of critical sectors agreed during the visit on the importance of implementing “Partnerships for the Future”. New mechanisms to enhance cooperation in the areas of trade, investment and innovation, as well as deepening cooperation in several key areas related to the industry of the future.
With the UAE being the UK’s third largest trading partner outside of Europe and its largest and fastest growing trading partner in the Middle East, the meeting touched on the continued progress seen in bilateral cooperation, particularly in the areas of investment and trade. Growing markets for British exports. Tourism exchange is one of the most important avenues of economic cooperation between the two countries, with the United Arab Emirates receiving around 1.5 million tourists from the United Kingdom annually.
The meeting was attended by His Excellency Reem Bint Ibrahim Al Hashimi, Minister of State for International Cooperation, His Excellency Abdullah Al Basti, Secretary General of the Dubai Executive Council and Hilal Saeed Al Marri, Director General of the Department of Economy and Tourism. In Dubai.

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