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UAE joins CICA

posted on 26/08/2008: 1183 views


Almaty - The UAE has joined the Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA). UAE Ambassador to Kazakhstan, Ibrahim Hassan Saif, signed the membership document for the UAE during the CICA 3rd conference, opened here by the President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev. Foreign ministers and representatives of 20 countries attended the conference.

President Nazarbayev welcomed the UAE's joining of the organisation. He said UAE's membership was a new addition to the efforts of Central Asian countries to create a nuclear-free zone and to foil any attempt by terrorists to acquire weapon of mass destruction, while ensuring the rights of nations to acquire nuclear technology for peaceful purposes.

The membership of the UAE to the CICA brings the total of its membership to 20 countries with Qatar on observer status. The conference discussed preparations for holding the 3rd CICA summit in 2010. – Emirates News Agency, WAM

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