UAE affirms support for regional peace, stability


The UAE has reiterated its support for all efforts to promote stability and peace in the region.

During the 32nd Arab Summit in Jeddah, His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Vice President, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Presidential Court, said that the best way to ensure development and prosperity in the Arab region is through cooperation.

He added that despite the challenges facing the region, recent positive developments could lead to the resolution of local conflicts.

Sheikh Mansour congratulated Syria for returning to its place among friendly countries during the summit, hoping it would get through its current difficulties and achieve stability and prosperity.

He also appealed to Arab nations to capitalise on positive developments to reinforce their cooperation and establish economic and developmental collaborations.

Sheikh Mansour called on the Sudanese people to solve their issues through dialogue and compromise to overcome the country’s crisis, and expressed his gratitude for Saudi Arabia’s role in facilitating talks aimed at ending the political deadlock.

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