October 17, 2021

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Shakbud Al Nahyan discusses developing ties with the European Union and Liberia

Shakbud Al Nahyan discusses developing ties with the European Union and Liberia

Sheikh Shaqbut bin Nahyan Al Nahyan, Foreign Minister Joseph Borel, High Representative for EU Foreign and Security Policy, Vice President of the European Commission, received at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in Abu Dhabi.

Sheikh Shakput Al Nahyan welcomed Joseph Borel, who is visiting the country to attend the World Policy Forum, and expressed interest in working with the European Union on all issues, including the fight against terrorism and climate change.

For his part, Borel praised the efforts of the United Arab Emirates and its role in the recent expulsion from Afghanistan. The two sides discussed a number of regional issues, including the developments in the Horn of Africa.

Minister of State Sheikh Shakbud bin Nahyan Al Nahyan also received the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Liberia de Maxwell Zah Kemo at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in Abu Dhabi.

During the meeting, Sheikh Shakbud Al Nahyan praised the great progress made in relations between the United Arab Emirates and the Republic of Liberia, emphasizing that there are many opportunities to develop, strengthen and advance them in various fields.

Sheikh Abdullah bin Saeed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign and International Cooperation, congratulated the Government and people of Liberia on further progress and prosperity in all fields.

For his part, Kimaya praised the relations between the United Arab Emirates and Liberia, and the United Arab Emirates thanked the Government and people of Liberia for their continued support, especially at the development and humanitarian levels.

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The two sides discussed bilateral relations and ways to enhance them in various fields to achieve the common interests of the two friendly countries and to benefit their people. (Left)