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Mohammed bin Zayed receives GCC Chiefs of staff

posted on 20/09/2006: 688 views



General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, has called for upgrading the GCC military defence capabilities to serve the collective defence policy of the GCC States.



Sheikh Mohammed made these remarks when he received at his Al Bateen Palace in Abu Dhabi yesterday the GCC Chiefs of Staff who are here to attend the 4th meeting of the Supreme Military Committee of the GCC Chiefs of Staff which began yesterday at the Emirates Palace.



Welcoming the Chiefs of Staff, Sheikh Mohammed expressed hope that their meeting would result in boosting inter-GCC military cooperation. He underscored the importance of such meetings "at this critical juncture that calls for closer consultation and coordination among the GCC political and military leaders.” Sheikh Mohammed lauded the strong commitment of the GCC leaders to developing a common military strategy and defence policy to help thwart off impending challenges. (Emirates News Agency, WAM)

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