The UAE will host Expo 2020!
  • Arabic
Supported by the UAE National Media Council
We are in the process of developing and improving our website, and we invite you to participate in our brief survey to measure the level of your satisfaction
Satisfaction Survey For UAE Interact Website
رغبة منا بالتعرف على مستوى رضاكم عن موقعنا وبهدف تطويره وتحسينه، فقد قمنا بتصميم استبيان سريع لقياس مدى الرضا عن موقع دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة روعي في تصميم الاستبيان أن يكون قصيرا وسريعا كي لا نطيل عليكم، وعليه نرجو منكم التكرم باستكماله عن طريق الرابط التالي
استبيان رضا المتعاملين عن موقع دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة

GCC chief hails Khalifa's keenness to support the GCC

posted on 13/12/2004: 676 views

Abdul Rahman Al Attiya, Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has hailed the keenness of President H.H Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan to support the GCC progress. "President Sheikh is keen to support the progress of the GCC. He has re-affirmed his keenness to ensure that the aspirations of the GCC people for progress and prosperity are fully realised. He is following in the footsteps of his late father Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, who devoted his life to the progress of the GCC” said Al Attiya in a statement to WAM after his meeting with Sheikh Khalifa in Abu Dhabi yesterday.

The GCC chief said he had briefed President Khalifa on the agenda of the upcoming 25th GCC summit which will be held in Bahrain from 20-21 this month. He added that he listened to the instructions of Sheikh Khalifa on ways of enhancing the GCC progress in various areas.

He also hailed the call of Sheikh Khalifa on Iran to resolve the issue of the occupied UAE islands of Abu Musa, Greater and Lesser Tunbs either through direct talks or arbitration in the international court of Justice. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM)


13 June 2017 Oman hails UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain's decisions on joint families with Qatar
11 June 2017 UAE welcomes U.S. President's statements about Qatar
11 June 2017 Cabinet endorses list of designated terrorist organisations, individuals
11 June 2017 Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE and Bahrain issue statement on lists of designated terrorist organisations, individuals linked with Qatar
11 June 2017 43 new designations specifically address threats posed by Qatar linked and based Al Qaida Terrorism Support Networks

Most Read