Wednesday, President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan convened a conference with the leaders of many sister nations.
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed met with Oman’s Sultan Haitham bin Tariq, Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, Jordan’s King Abdullah II ibn Al Hussein, and Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.
The objective of the meeting, held in Abu Dhabi’s capital under the title “Prosperity and Stability in the Region,” is to consolidate and deepen cooperation between the brotherly countries in various sectors that serve development, prosperity, and stability in the region through cooperation and regional integration.
During the discussion, the leaders addressed the brotherly ties between their respective nations as well as the different avenues of collaborative collaboration and coordination in all domains that serve the aspirations of their respective peoples for a brighter future.
The meeting addressed a number of regional and international issues and developments of common interest, as well as the political, security, and economic challenges facing the region, as well as the significance of coordinating positions and strengthening joint Arab action in addressing these challenges in order to secure a more stable future for the people of the region.
The leaders reaffirmed the deep-rooted historical links between their nations in a variety of disciplines, as well as their shared commitment to communication, consultation, and constant cooperation in response to diverse regional and global developments.
Cooperation in establishing economic and development ties between their countries and other Arab nations in the area, they said, is the key to a brighter future for all people in the region.
In addition, the leaders reaffirmed their shared ambition to increase stability and prosperity in the area, as well as their conviction in the importance of communication for the purpose of building, development, and prosperity.
They emphasized the significance of observing the standards of good neighborliness, respect for sovereignty, and non-interference in domestic matters.
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed and the leaders affirmed that cooperation and the establishment of economic and development partnerships between their respective countries and at the Arab level in general are the most effective means of achieving development and securing a brighter future for the people of the region in a turbulent world.
According to official news agency Wam, they discussed ways to strengthen the region’s stability and economic growth via cooperation while maintaining cordial relations amongst the countries involved.
The difficulties faced by the Middle East in political, economic, and security spheres were also highlighted, as were recent regional and international events.
The leaders discussed the need to coordinate stances and deepen united Arab action in dealing with these concerns in order to secure a more stable future for the region.
They emphasized their nations’ long-standing historical links and their keenness on communication, consultation and continual co-ordination towards any developments in the area and the world.
They emphasized the need of working together to establish economic and development relationships between their countries and other Arab nations in order to ensure a brighter future for all people living in the area.
The leaders also reaffirmed their shared commitment to promoting stability and prosperity, as well as their confidence in the value of open lines of communication in these endeavors.
They also emphasised the necessity of sticking to the standards of good neighbourliness, respect for sovereignty and not intervening in domestic matters.
Sheikh Mohamed and the other leaders reaffirmed that cooperation and the establishment of economic ties between their nations and among Arabs in general is the greatest way to achieve progress and create a brighter future for the people of the area in the midst of a volatile world.
Dr. Anwar Gargash, the President’s diplomatic adviser, stated that the summit was a significant step toward regional cooperation and conversation since it continued a series of meetings with friendly Arab states held by the UAE.
“The stability and prosperity of the region and its readiness to tackle forthcoming challenges and benefits depend on the co-operation and co-ordination of its countries,” Dr Gargash stated on Twitter.
“The language of the next decades must be one of communication, conversation, and togetherness.”
Policymakers from all around the Arab world get together often to deepen existing ties and discuss new methods to improve ties.
In August, Egypt hosted a gathering that included Sheikh Mohamed, Mr. El Sisi, King Hamad, King Abdullah, and Mustafa Al Kadhimi, the prime minister of Iraq at the time.
El Sisi held a luncheon in his honor.
At El Alamein International Airport, he and Sheikh Mohamed greeted the leaders of Bahrain, Jordan, and Iraq upon their arrival.
They talked about the bonds of brotherhood, compassion, mutual respect, and shared interests that unite the five Arab countries.