December 9, 2021

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"What does the meeting between Erdogan and Mohammed bin Saeed mean for Turkish-Emirati relations?"  Independent asks

“What does the meeting between Erdogan and Mohammed bin Saeed mean for Turkish-Emirati relations?” Independent asks

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“What does the rare encounter between Erdogan and Mohammed bin Saeed mean to Turkish-Emirati relations?” We begin our presentation to the British press with a report by Porso Dragohi, an international affairs correspondent for The Independent.

In his article, the author believes that “Abu Dhabi and Ankara, despite their differences, may have decided that cooperation would be more effective than conflict” when they “threw bombs at each other from opposite sides in fiercely heated wars. A war that lasted for many years.”

At the first official meeting between the two leaders in nearly a decade, “when the two countries work together with Western support to overthrow the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad,” Crown Prince Mohammed bin Saeed said, “the United Arab Emirates is the practical leader of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and the most powerful person in the trade union.” Seven Emirates “arrived in Ankara on Wednesday for an” important “meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

The two sides clashed over ideological differences and strategic aspirations. Turkey supports the Muslim Brotherhood, which is strongly opposed by the United Arab Emirates. Both countries are embroiled in a fierce proxy war to control Libya.