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UN Chief Commends UAE's support for UN activities

posted on 29/06/2007: 684 views



New York - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has lauded the UAE's proactive role in advancing the peace process in Middle East process and its valuable, affective contributions to all UN activities.

He also spoke highly on the UAE's efforts in regards to reforms in the international organisation and the humanitarian assistance it rendered to distressed population affected by man-made and natural disasters. The UN chief made his remarks in a recent courtesy meeting here with the departing UAE Permanent Ambassador to the UN, Abdul Aziz bin Nasser Al Shamsi.

Ban Ki-Moon thanked the UAE envoy for the significant contributions he made during his tenure. Al Shamsi thanked the UN chief and affirmed the UAE's keen desire to further develop its relations of cooperation with the UN and extend all that is necessary to enable him deliver his mission for serving international interests. (Emirates News Agency, WAM)

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