Abu dhabi:In a notable display of diplomatic engagement, UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan and Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia’ Al-Sudani engaged in a productive phone call on Saturday.
The conversation, reported by the Emirates News Agency, was centered around the reinforcement and expansion of bilateral relations between the two nations.
During the call, the leaders conducted a comprehensive review of the existing areas of cooperation that have been fostered between the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Iraq.
With a forward-looking perspective, they explored avenues to further enhance these collaborations, underlining their commitment to strengthening the ties that bind their countries.
In addition to discussing the bilateral aspects, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan and Prime Minister Mohammed Shia’ Al-Sudani exchanged insights on a range of pertinent regional and international developments.
Their shared dialogue reflected a mutual interest in contributing to the stability of the broader region.
The conversation underscored the significance of maintaining open channels of communication between the UAE and Iraq, not only for advancing their individual interests but also for fostering a climate of understanding and cooperation that can have far-reaching impacts.
The exchange of views and the exploration of collaborative possibilities emphasized the forward-thinking approach of both leaders, aimed at harnessing shared opportunities and addressing common challenges.
As the UAE and Iraq continue to navigate the complexities of global dynamics, this phone call stands as a testament to their dedication to bilateral relations and their shared commitment to regional stability.
The willingness to engage in dialogue and work towards enhancing cooperation demonstrates the profound importance that both nations attribute to fostering strong and mutually beneficial ties