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ISLANDS ISSUE - ABU MUSA AND GREATER & LESSER TUNBS

Mohammed: Dialogue or World Court must decide on islands issue

Posted on 23/12/2003

Kuwait – General Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Crown Prince and UAE Minister of Defence said yesterday that the UAE's dispute with Iran over the three islands of Abu Musa and the Greater and Lesser Tunbs must be settled as President His Highness Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan has always maintained or through the World Court. Addressing the media after a closed-door session, Sheikh Mohammed described the 24th GCC Summit as ‘the most successful ever.” Sheikh Mohammed said the ...  >>MORE

UAE reaffirms its rights to isles, calls Iran for positive response

Posted on 28/09/2003

The United Arab Emirates reaffirmed its complete sovereignty over its three Arab islands, Greater Tunb, Lesser Tunb and Abu Musa, occupied by Iran, and called on the Iranian government to deal with the sensitive question in a positive spirit to end the occupation. 'We hope that the current bilateral communications and meetings between the United Arab Emirates and the Islamic Republic of Iran will lead to a solution that will cement the good neighbourly relations, enhance cooperation and mutual ...  >>MORE

UAE for dialogue on islands dispute

Posted on 31/05/2003

The UAE believes at all times the necessity of adopting dialogue and negotiations as an ideal solution for resolving disputes between countries, said Saif Saeed bin Saad, Foreign Ministry Under Secretary and head of the UAE delegation to the 30th meeting of the foreign ministers of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference. In a speech delivered before the conference here yesterday, Mr Saif Saeed said, "We hope that the visit made by Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of State for ...  >>MORE

FNC calls on Iran to resolve the isles dispute peacefully

Posted on 12/04/2003

Santiago - The Parliamentary Committee of the Federal National Council (FNC) has called on the Islamic Republic of Iran to resolve the issue of the occupied UAE islands of Abu Musa, Greater and Lesser Tunbs peacefully through the International Court of Justice. In statement delivered at the meeting of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) in Santiago, the FNC also re-affirmed the sovereignty of the UAE over the occupied isles, including their regional waters, airspace, economic zones and coral ...  >>MORE

Play highlights UAE right over occupied islands

Posted on 17/01/2003

A scene form the Arabic play Al Okhtobot or 'The Octopus' which was opened by Sheikh Khalid bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Ras Al Khaimah, at the Ras Al Khaimah Cultural Foundation at Al Nakheel on Wednesday night. Fifty artistes, both men and women, from Ras Al Khaimah as well as from Syria and Egypt are participating in the play which will be staged for three days at the RAK Cultural Foundation and two days at the Sharjah Cultural Foundation. This is the first Arabic ...  >>MORE

No progress over the isles issue: GCC Chief tells summit

Posted on 22/12/2002

Doha - Despite high level visits by officials from the GCC states to Iran over the last few months, the issue of the occupied UAE islands of Abu Musa, Greater and Lesser Tunbs has remained unresolved, GCC Secretary General Abdul Rahman Al Attiya said here yesterday. In a statement to the summit, Al Attiya said the six-member council had hoped that these visits would yield positive results, paving the way for direct talks between the UAE and Iran. However, the council remains optimistic that ...  >>MORE

Peaceful resolution to UAE islands issue sought

Posted on 17/12/2002

Gerard Collins, former Irish foreign affairs minister and European Parliament member, supported a peaceful resolution to the three UAE islands presently occupied by Iran through bilateral negotiations or international arbitration. Collins also urged the UN to play a bigger role in stopping war in the Middle East and expressed the hope that Iraq's government will avert a further escalation of regional instability. On the Palestinian-Israeli struggle, Collins said numerous UN resolutions ...  >>MORE

UAE, Iran optimistic on islands issue

Posted on 04/12/2002

UAE and Iranian officials have used the Emirates' National Day to assert their commitment to strong relations and voice optimism about a settlement of the long-standing island issue that has adversely affected cooperation within the Gulf region. In press comments this week, two senior officials from the UAE and Iran believed the relationship between the two countries is heading for a remarkable improvement. Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, who ...  >>MORE

Occupied islands 'will return to UAE': Says Sheikh Khalid

Posted on 30/11/2002

Ras Al Khaimah will soon organise events to mark the occupation of Abu Musa and Greater and Lesser Tunbs islands, said Sheikh Khalid bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Ras Al Khaimah Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler. In a news report published yesterday, the Dubai-based "Gulf News " daily quoted Sheikh Khalid as saying that activities organised by the schools would highlight the Iranian occupation of the islands. Sheikh Khalid was optimistic that the three islands will very soon return to the UAE, adding that ...  >>MORE

Ras Al Khaimah marks UAE Islands occupation

Posted on 26/11/2002

Ras Al Khaimah emirate marked the Iranian Occupation of the three UAE Islands of Abu Musa and the Greater and lesser Tunbs. Activates to mark the anniversary will include an official opening of a monument on the "Islands Road" next Wednesday, by Sheikh Khalid bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Ras Al Khaimah, who will also open an exhibition to be held at the exhibitions centre where students of the Ras Al Khaimah Education Zone will display their paintings that depict Island ...  >>MORE

UAE reiterates its call on Iran to resolve the isles issue peacefully

Posted on 21/09/2002

New York - The UAE yesterday reiterated its call on the Islamic Republic of Iran to peacefully resolve the issue of the occupied islands of Abu Musa, Greater and Lesser Tunbs, either through bilateral talks or through international arbitration by the International Court of Justice. In a statement delivered at 57th Session of the UN General Assembly, Foreign Minister Rashid Abdullah said the UAE, under the wise leadership of H.H President Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan had always believed in ...  >>MORE

Talks with UAE very constructive says Iranian Vice President

Posted on 17/09/2002

Iranian Vice President Mohammed Ali Abtahi has said he believes that the UAE and Iran have enough willpower to smooth out obstacles and outstanding problems between them. In an interview with "Al Hiwar" weekly issued in Tehran yesterday, Abtahi described the role being played by Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, as " serious and positive and reflects the directives of President H.H Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan." He told the weekly that both countries ...  >>MORE

Arab FMs back UAE's rights to islands

Posted on 06/09/2002

Cairo - Arab foreign ministers today reiterated their support for the UAE's right to its three islands of Abu Musa and Greater and Lesser Tunbs, occupied by Iran, and urged Tehran to respond to UAE's peaceful initiatives to resolve the issue or accept taking it to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) . ' The ministers reject the continued Iranian occupation of the UAE islands and back the UAE's full sovereignty over them as part and parcel of the UAE territory,' said a final statement at ...  >>MORE

UAE sticks to basic principles, nationalism over isles issue

Posted on 06/09/2002

Cairo- Sheikh Khalid bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Ras Al Khaimah, has reiterated that the UAE sticks to its basic principles and nationalism approach to the issue of its three islands of Abu Moussa, and the Greater and Lesser Tunbs, being occupied by Iran. "We will never abandon these basic principles, which are based on Arab nationalism and support," Sheikh Khalid said in a statement to WAM. "So we repeatedly call on our Muslim neighbour, Iran, to return those islands ...  >>MORE

Issue of occupied UAE isles is a grave one: Moussa

Posted on 05/09/2002

Cairo - Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa said here yesterday that the issue of the three occupied UAE islands of Abu Moussa, Greater and Lesser Tunbs was a grave issue that infringes on Arab national security. "The issue of occupied UAE islands is a grave one as it infringes on Arab national security,” said the Arab League chief in a speech at the opening of the 118th session of the Ministerial Council. Moussa expressed the hope that serious negotiations between the UAE and Iran would ...  >>MORE

GCC supports UAE on isles issue, hails agreements with Bahrain and Oman

Posted on 04/09/2002

The Ministerial Council of the Arab Gulf Cooperation Council (AGCC), which concluded its 84th session yesterday, has re-affirmed its support to the UAE sovereignty over its occupied Islands of Abu Musa, Greater and Lesser Tunbs. "The council hereby re-reiterates its support to the UAE over the issue of its occupied Islands of Abu Musa, Greater and Lesser Tunbs. It also affirms the sovereignity of the UAE over regional waters, the airspace and economic zone of these islands” said the council in ...  >>MORE

League follows UAE isles issue with great interest - Moussa

Posted on 03/09/2002

Cairo - Sheikh Khalid bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Ras Al Khaimah, met here on Sunday night with Amr Moussa, Arab League Secretary General. Ahmed Ali Al Meil Al Za'abi, UAE Ambassador to Egypt, who is also the UAE permanent ambassador to the Arab League, was present at the meeting, which was held at the Arab League Secretariat. In a statement after the meeting, Moussa said that the Arab League follows with great interest the issue of the three UAE islands of Abu Mousa, ...  >>MORE

UAE is in favour of peaceful settlement of disputes : Nakhira

Posted on 27/06/2002

Khartoum - The UAE has underlined that peaceful dialogue and negotiations are the best way to settle differences between states. Speaking before the summit of foreign ministers of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC), UAE Minister of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Awqaf said the UAE hopes to find peaceful solution to the issue of its three islands of Greater and Lesser Tunbs and Abu Musa, occupied by Iran. 'We hope that the recent visit made to Tehran by Minister of State for Foreign ...  >>MORE

Island dispute won't hamper UAE-Iran ties

Posted on 11/06/2002

The dispute over the three Gulf islands occupied by Iran and claimed by the UAE, will not stand in the way of increasing trade ties, said Iranian Deputy Minister of Commerce Mojtaba Khosrowtaj, who inaugurated the Second UAE Trade Exhibition in Tehran yesterday at the Iran International Exhibition Centre. "The dispute on the three Gulf islands with the UAE is not going to hamper growing commercial ties between the UAE and Iran as both countries want to forge greater commercial ties," he said. ...  >>MORE

UAE, Iran must discuss islands issue

Posted on 08/06/2002

Sheikh Khalid bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Ras Al Khaimah Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler, said it is time the UAE and Iran met and discussed the islands of Greater and Lesser Tunb and Abu Musa. He said: "It is the right time for both neighbouring countries, the UAE and Iran, to find an acceptable solution to the occupation of the UAE islands." He was speaking yesterday during his visit to the educational zone to review conditions of students of the General Secondary Certificate. He underlined the ...  >>MORE

GCC leaders endorse peace as a strategic choice for Arabs

Posted on 27/05/2002

GCC leaders concluded their fourth Consultative Summit in Jeddah yesterday, asserting peace as the strategic choice for the Arabs. In a press conference after the conclusion of the summit, GCC Secretary General Abdul Rahman bin Hamad Al Attiya said that the leaders heard a briefing on the outcome of Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah's visit to Washington and the results of the tripartite Arab summit held in Sharm El Sheikh between Saudi, Egyptian and Jordanian leaders. He said that leaders affirmed ...  >>MORE

Iran poses greatest threat to UAE - study

Posted on 17/04/2002

Iran poses the most serious threat to the UAE because of its occupation of three UAE islands although the two countries have strong commercial links, according to a local study. "Iran constitutes the greatest threat to the UAE because of its continuous occupation of the islands of Abu Musa, Greater Tunb and Lesser Tunb since 1971," said the study published by the Emirates Centre for Strategic Studies and Research. "Iran's intentions and expansionist ambitions and its desire to demonstrate ...  >>MORE

Arab summit calls for the end of Iran's occupation of UAE islands

Posted on 29/03/2002

Arab leaders re-iterated here today their support for the UAE sovereignty over its three Islands of Abu Musa and Greater and Lesser Tunbs. They also re-iterated their support for the UAE's peaceful means to regain its islands. In their final communiqué, the Arab leaders called on Iran to end its occupation of the islands and to pursue peaceful means to end the dispute based on international law or referring the issue to the International Court of Justice. They also charged the Arab League ...  >>MORE

UAE isles issue to be in final communiqué

Posted on 27/03/2002

Arab foreign ministers approved in their meeting here on Monday night the issue of UAE islands of Abu Musa, Greater and Lesser Tunbs which are occupied by Iran to be added in the final communiqué of the summit. WAM learned that the decision would state the re-iteration of Arab leaders' support for the UAE's measures and peaceful means to regain its occupied islands from Iran. The Arab leaders would also call on Iran's leadership to end its occupation of the islands through peaceful means ...  >>MORE

Rashid Abdullah says UAE obtains full Arab backing on Islands

Posted on 26/03/2002

The Arab summit due to start in Beirut on Wednesday will extend full backing to the UAE on its Islands of Greater and Lesser Tunbs and Abu Musa occupied by Iran. In an interview with the Abu Dhabi Television, Foreign Minister Rashid Abdullah, said that the summit's final communiqué would include an explicit call for Iran to respond to the initiative of H.H. President Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al Nahyan on direct bilateral talks or referring the dispute to the International Court of Justice. ...  >>MORE

GCC Foreign Ministers give full backing to Saudi proposal

Posted on 25/03/2002

GCC Foreign Ministers yesterday gave their full support to the Saudi proposal on the Middle East. In a consultative meeting held ahead of the Arab Foreign Ministers meeting, the GCC Ministers extended their unequivocal support to the proposal due to be officially presented to Arab summit by Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz next Wednesday. The meeting also reviewed the situation between Iraq and Kuwait, the Palestinian cause and other topics on the summit agenda. The Emirates News ...  >>MORE

GCC renews support for UAE on Islands

Posted on 12/03/2002

The Gulf Co-operation Council, GCC, foreign ministers reiterated their support for the UAE's full sovereignty over its islands of Abu Musa and Greater and Lesser Tunbs occupied by Iran. The six-nation council reaffirms the UAE's full sovereignty over the islands "as an integral part of the UAE,” said a statement issued at the end of the meeting. The ministers backed all peaceful measures taken by the UAE to regain sovereignty over the islands and urged Teheran to accept an offer to refer to ...  >>MORE

Iran urged to reach peaceful deal with UAE

Posted on 11/03/2002

The 22-member Arab League called yesterday on Iran to revise is stand rejecting a ‘peaceful settlement' on the issue of the UAE islands pf Abu Musa and the Greater and Lesser Tunbs occupied by it. The League ‘expressed the hope that Iran would revise its position rejecting reaching a peaceful settlement ending three days of talks here on Middle East issues. The UAE last November urged Iran to settle the dispute peacefully. The Arab foreign ministers or their representatives also condemned ...  >>MORE

Arab League to discuss isle row

Posted on 08/03/2002

Foreign Minister Rashid Abdullah will lead the country's delegation to the 117th regular meeting of the Arab League's ministerial council to be held in Cairo on Saturday. The two-day meeting will discuss among other topics the latest developments in the Palestinian cause in light of the current Israeli all-out war against the Palestinians and Iran's continued occupation of the three UAE islands. Abdullah will also head the UAE team to the 82nd meeting of the Arab Gulf Cooperation Council's ...  >>MORE

UAE urges Iran to back its words for dialogue over Islands with action

Posted on 01/03/2002

The UAE has urged Iran to back with action the call of President Mohammed Khattami for opening direct talks with UAE over the UAE Islands of Abu Musa and Greater and Lesser Tunbs. Speaking at the GCC-EU 12th Joint Council and Ministerial meeting which was concluded here today, Abdulla Rashid Al Nuaimi, Foreign Ministry's Assistant Under Secretary for Political Affairs and head of the country's delegation, said that GCC states called upon the EU to urge Iran to accept either a direct bilateral ...  >>MORE

EU-GCC call Iran to accept peaceful resolution to Islands dispute with UAE

Posted on 01/03/2002

A EU-GCC Ministerial council meeting here today expressed their concern at the lack of progress towards resolution of the territorial conflict between the UAE and Iran over the UAE Islands of Abu Musa and Greater and Lesser Tunbs. They reiterated their support for a peaceful solution to the conflict in accordance with international law, either through direct negotiations, or by referring the issue to the International Court of Justice. In a communiqué issued at the conclusion of their 12th ...  >>MORE

UAE stand on isles row hailed

Posted on 12/02/2002

The UAE has declared its willingness to accept any ruling by the International Court of Justice on the island problem with Iran because it wants a peaceful settlement, a Saudi parliamentarian said. "The UAE's attitude towards this problem is very clear and sincere as it has announced many times it wants a peaceful solution through direct negotiations or international arbitration," Othman Al Rawaf said in a lecture at the Abu Dhabi Cultural Foundation. "There is a very important point in that ...  >>MORE

GCC backs UAE's rights to islands

Posted on 02/01/2002

The Arab Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) today reiterated its full support for the UAE's right to its three islands of Abu Musa and Greater and Lesser Tunbs, occupied by Iran, and called again on Tehran to respond to the UAE's peaceful initiatives to resolve the dispute or accept taking it to the International Court of Justice (ICJ). A final communiqué issued after a two-day summit of GCC leaders here, backed 'all measures undertaken by the UAE to regain sovereignty on its three islands ...  >>MORE

Sports day to commemorate UAE Islands occupation

Posted on 31/12/2001

Sheikh Khalid bin Saqr al Qasimi, Crown Prince of Ras al Khaimah, today said that a rowing boats race will be held in commemoration of the anniversary of the occupation of the three UAE Islands of Greater and Lesser Tunbs and Abu Musa. In a statement to the Ras al-Khaimah Radio, Sheikh Khalid said that the occupied UAE Islands were a national issue that should be present in people's memory on all occasions. He said that the race would consist of six rounds, three of which will be held under the ...  >>MORE

GCC meeting upholds UAE stand on islands issue

Posted on 30/12/2001

Omani Foreign Minister Yousuf bin Alawi bin Abdallah, said the relations between the six-nation Arab Gulf Co-operation Council, AGCC, and Iran are normal and improving. Efforts were being made to find out a peaceful solution to the unresolved issues between the two sides, he said. In reply to a question on the rapprochement between Tehran and the AGCC countries as well as the continuation of the Iranian occupation of the three UAE Islands of Greater and Lesser Tunbs and Abu Musa, he said the ...  >>MORE

GCC supports UAE sovereignty over Islands-Bin Alawi

Posted on 15/12/2001

Yusuf bin Alawi, Omani Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, said that GCC states supported the UAE's sovereignty over its Islands of Greater and Lesser Tunbs and Abu Musa occupied by Iran. In an interview with the Abu Dhabi based Arabic daily Al Ittihad, Bin Alawi said that any improvement of relations between the GCC and Iran would not affect the group's support for the UAE's legitimate right over the Islands. He called upon Iran to accept the issue to be referred to international courts. ...  >>MORE

UAE will not give up claim over Greater and Lesser Tunbs and Abu Mousa

Posted on 06/12/2001

'The UAE will never cease to urge Iran to negotiate over the three islands issue', said Sheikh Khalid bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Crown Prince of Ras Al Khaimah and Deputy Ruler on 29 November at a three day national commemoration to mark the 30th anniversary of the Iranian occupation of the three UAE islands, the Greater and Lesser Tunbs and Abu Mousa. 'For the rest of our lives, we will keep on highlighting our legitimate right in the Greater and Lesser Tunbs and Abu Mousa, the places which live in ...  >>MORE

FNC issues statement on three UAE islands

Posted on 29/11/2001

The Federal National Council, FNC, has issued a statement renewing the UAE's peaceful call to Iran to end its occupation of the three UAE islands of Abu Musa, and the Greater and Lesser Tunbs reiterating that the lands of the three islands, which is being occupied by the Islamic Republic, belong to the people of the United Arab Emirates. The call coincides with the 30th anniversary of Iran's occupation of the three UAE Islands, which falls tomorrow, November30. The Council said that the ...  >>MORE

IPU reviews UAE Islands occupied by Iran

Posted on 29/09/2001

The Executive Committee of the Second session of the Islamic Parliamentary Union, IPU, today appointed a four member committee to narrow differences between the UAE and Iran over the best way to start direct bilateral negotiations over the three UAE Islands of Greater and Lesser Tunbs and Abu Musa occupied by Iran. The Executive Committee, Chaired by the Egyptian Parliamentary Speaker, Ahmed Fathi Surour, earlier reviewed a proposal submitted by the UAE under the title "Towards finding a ...  >>MORE

Arab League backs UAE's stance on isles

Posted on 10/09/2001

Arab foreign ministers voiced today their full support for UAE's peaceful efforts to restore sovereignty over its islands of Abu Musa and Greater and lesser Tunbs, occupied by Iran. Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, Qatari Foreign Minister and departing Chairman of Arab League foreign ministers' council, urged Iran to engage into direct dialogue with the UAE or refer the case to the International Court of Justice. Speaking at the opening session of the meeting, Sheikh Hamad said that ...  >>MORE

'UAE wants amicable end to islands issue'

Posted on 09/09/2001

Speaker of Federal National Council Mohammed Khalifa bin Habtoor said the UAE's foreign policy drawn by the President, His Highness, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, was based on the principles of peace, diplomatic norms and good neighbourly relations. He was speaking after receiving a delegation of the Iranian Shura Council at the FNC offices in Dubai yesterday. He said the UAE had always adopted a peaceful stand on the issue of its three islands of Abu Musa, Greater and Lesser Tunbs ...  >>MORE

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Mohammed: Dialogue or World Court must decide on islands issue


UAE reaffirms its rights to isles, calls Iran for positive response


UAE for dialogue on islands dispute


FNC calls on Iran to resolve the isles dispute peacefully


Play highlights UAE right over occupied islands


No progress over the isles issue: GCC Chief tells summit


Peaceful resolution to UAE islands issue sought


UAE, Iran optimistic on islands issue


Occupied islands 'will return to UAE': Says Sheikh Khalid


Ras Al Khaimah marks UAE Islands occupation


UAE reiterates its call on Iran to resolve the isles issue peacefully


Talks with UAE very constructive says Iranian Vice President


Arab FMs back UAE's rights to islands


UAE sticks to basic principles, nationalism over isles issue


Issue of occupied UAE isles is a grave one: Moussa


GCC supports UAE on isles issue, hails agreements with Bahrain and Oman


League follows UAE isles issue with great interest - Moussa


UAE is in favour of peaceful settlement of disputes : Nakhira


Island dispute won't hamper UAE-Iran ties


UAE, Iran must discuss islands issue


GCC leaders endorse peace as a strategic choice for Arabs


Iran poses greatest threat to UAE - study


Arab summit calls for the end of Iran's occupation of UAE islands


UAE isles issue to be in final communiqué


Rashid Abdullah says UAE obtains full Arab backing on Islands


GCC Foreign Ministers give full backing to Saudi proposal


GCC renews support for UAE on Islands


Iran urged to reach peaceful deal with UAE


Arab League to discuss isle row


UAE urges Iran to back its words for dialogue over Islands with action


EU-GCC call Iran to accept peaceful resolution to Islands dispute with UAE


UAE stand on isles row hailed


GCC backs UAE's rights to islands


Sports day to commemorate UAE Islands occupation


GCC meeting upholds UAE stand on islands issue


GCC supports UAE sovereignty over Islands-Bin Alawi


UAE will not give up claim over Greater and Lesser Tunbs and Abu Mousa


FNC issues statement on three UAE islands


IPU reviews UAE Islands occupied by Iran


Arab League backs UAE's stance on isles


'UAE wants amicable end to islands issue'