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UAE- Iraq boost trade ties

Posted on 07/11/2002

Economic relations between the UAE and Iraq are all set for a new phase with joint ventures to be set up and volume of investments be increased, stated a top UAE government official last Wednesday. In a statement to WAM shortly before leaving Baghdad, Minister of State for Finance and Industry Mohammed Khalfan bin Kharbash said he was quite satisfied with the outcome of his talks with Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Hekmat Al Azzawi and Trade Minister Dr. Mohammed Mahdi Saleh. ...  >>MORE

UAE and EU reject any attack against Iraq

Posted on 30/10/2002

Abdullah Rashid Al Nuaimi, Foreign Ministry's Under Secretary for Political Affairs, today received a European Union Parliamentary delegation and exchanged views with it on ways of reactivating dialogue on speeding up the establishment of a free trade zone as well as the situation in the Gulf region and the Middle East. Nuaimi asserted the UAE's rejection of any attack against Iraq not only due to the danger such action could bring to the Iraqi people but also to the region as a whole. He added ...  >>MORE

War must be averted, says Zayed

Posted on 24/10/2002

The President, His Highness Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, received in Abu Dhabi yesterday UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan and discussed with him developments at the international and regional levels, including the Iraqi and Palestinian issues. They also discussed the US-led war against terrorism. The President reiterated the need to uphold international law for resolving conflicts in the world. He said that war was destructive to both the victor and the vanquished and must be averted at ...  >>MORE

US, UAE agree to keep oil prices at 'reasonable level'

Posted on 17/10/2002

A US official held talks yesterday with the oil ministers of key producers Saudi Arabia and the UAE as Washington continued to prepare for a possible attack against Iraq. The UAE news agency, Emirates News, WAM said US State Department Undersecretary for Economic, Business and Agricultural Affairs Alan Larson discussed the need to maintain sufficient oil supplies and fair oil prices with UAE Minister of Petroleum and Mineral resources Obeid bin Saif Al Nasseri. Both sides agreed that ...  >>MORE

UAE against any attack on Iraq

Posted on 16/10/2002

The UAE yesterday said that it was against any attack on Iraq due to the negative impacts that such action would have on the region and interests of the world in the region as well. During a meeting with a Swedish Foreign Ministry delegation, Saif Saeed bin Saed, Foreign Ministry Under Secretary, said that the UAE was in the opinion that the UN resolutions regarding inspections of arms of mass destruction was sufficient for the completion of the task due to Iraq's unconditional acceptance of ...  >>MORE

Zayed lauded for efforts to avert war against Iraq

Posted on 15/10/2002

Syrian Assistant Foreign Minister Suleiman Haddad has paid rich tributes to President His Highness Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan for his efforts to avert a US-led military offensive against Iraq. Speaking at Zayed Centre for Co-ordination and Follow-up, he called upon all Arabs to heed Sheikh Zayed's call for Arab solidarity and unity in view of the plots spun against Arabs and face collectively the challenges posed by the latest political developments in the region. He asserted that ...  >>MORE

Zayed gets Saddam's message

Posted on 08/10/2002

President H.H. Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan received yesterday Iraqi Foreign Minister Naji Sabri who conveyed to him a verbal message from Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. The Iraqi Minister briefed President Sheikh Zayed on his country's decision to allow the return of United Nation's inspectors to Iraq. He pointed out that Iraq has conveyed this decision to Arab and Islamic countries. The minister also briefed Sheikh Zayed on the impending U.S military threats against Baghdad. In a ...  >>MORE

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