Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the United Arab Emirates and James Wise, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Commonwealth Affairs and Development of the United Kingdom, affirmed their mutual commitment to continue joint and close coordination in politics, economy and security. issues, and to exchange views on issues of common regional and international concern.
And the Emirates News Agency (WAM) said it was the first strategic dialogue meeting between the UAE and the United Kingdom in London, one of the outcomes of the UAE President’s visit to the United Kingdom in September 2021.
During the meeting, Sheikh Abdullah bin Saeed Al Nahyan said, “The strong ties between the two countries, strengthened by the Partnership for the Future, are exemplary relationships for international cooperation to address the urgent challenges of our time. Energy and climate change, science, technology and security, as well as social and cultural ties.” Seek additional opportunities to contribute to improving prosperity for our people through various areas of collaboration, including impact reduction.Share a dynamic vision that will see further growth in the coming years.
He pointed out that the UAE will continue to work with the United Kingdom to identify innovative areas to enhance bilateral cooperation and promote common values to achieve international peace, security and development.
Regarding international developments of common interest, the two sides welcomed joint cooperation in multilateral institutions and organizations, and emphasized the importance of dialogue and building bridges to promote regional peace and prosperity.
They discussed the importance of continued coordination in the United Nations Security Council, while the British side continued to work at the UN. Appreciated the UAE’s role in the Security Council, particularly the Council’s recent decisions on Afghanistan.
Both sides touched on the issue of limiting the effects of climate change and confirmed their commitment to combating this phenomenon and expressed their desire to promote continued close cooperation in clean and renewable energy, cooperation in long-term projects that facilitate a fair energy transition. , financing climate action and adaptation, protecting nature and food systems.
The two ministers discussed the UAE’s ambitious agenda for the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28) hosted by Expo Dubai this year.
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