The United Arab Emirates is set to send a delegation to Iran soon
Wednesday – 26 Rabi Al-Thani 1443 AH – 01 December 2021 AD Issue no. [
Sheikh Abdullah bin Saeed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates
Abu Dhabi: “Middle East”
Sheikh Abdullah bin Saeed Al Nahyan, Foreign Minister of the United Arab Emirates, received a telephone call from Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdullah.
Dr. Anwar Karkash, Diplomatic Adviser to the President of the United Arab Emirates, said that his country would soon send a delegation to Iran as part of efforts to improve relations with Tehran, and that Abu Dhabi would brief its Gulf allies on the latest developments.
Asked when the Emirati delegation would hold talks in Tehran, Karkash told reporters, “The sooner, the better.” He added, “There is a commendation on the part of Iranians to rebuild bridges with the Gulf. We approach this with a positive outlook.”
Ali Baqari Gani, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister, visited the United Arab Emirates on November 24, where he met with Dr. Anwar Karkash, Diplomatic Adviser to the President of the United Arab Emirates, and in the presence of Foreign Minister Khalifa Shaheen Al Marar. For relations between the two countries.
The meeting in Baghdad, Kharkash and Al-Marar stressed the importance of strengthening relations on the basis of good neighborliness and mutual respect, achieving greater stability and prosperity in the region and improving economic and trade relations between the two countries. Neighboring countries discuss regional and international developments in the public interest.
On another point, Anwar Karkash said yesterday that his country and France would sign key agreements when President Emmanuel Macron arrives in Dubai on December 3.
Asked if Abu Dhabi would buy the French-made Rafale fighter jets, Karkash said, “I do not want to spoil the president’s Christmas present. He continued, “This is a great relationship and various agreements will be signed. After the president’s visit, relations in various fields will expand, “the Reuters news agency reported.
Karkash, who has prevented Lebanese from returning to his country amid a diplomatic dispute between Beirut and the Arab Gulf states, said his country would not prevent Lebanese from leaving. “Abu Dhabi will continue to provide humanitarian support to Lebanon, and Lebanese citizens do not want to face further hardship due to the ongoing political and economic crisis in their country.”
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