Emirati, Syrian Presidents Discuss Supporting & Developing Relations, Enhancing Cooperation

President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, discussed with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who arrived in Abu Dhabi today on an official visit, the “brotherly relations between the two countries and ways to advance cooperation and constructive joint work that contributes to achieving their mutual interests, in addition to a number of issues of common interest,” according to the Emirates News Agency, “WAM.”

At the beginning of the talks session that took place in the Al-Watan Palace, the President of the Emirates welcomed President al-Assad and the accompanying delegation “to his second country, the UAE.”

He also wrote on his Twitter account, “I welcome President Bashar al-Assad to the UAE. We held positive and constructive discussions to support and develop brotherly relations for the benefit of the two brotherly countries and peoples, and to enhance cooperation and coordination on issues that serve stability and development in Syria and the region.”

He expressed his “sincere condolences to President al-Assad and the brotherly Syrian people for the victims of the earthquake that Syria witnessed,” stressing his “confidence in Syria’s ability and the determination of its people to overcome this ordeal and challenge and move Syria to a new stage.”




Arab Observer

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