LONDON: The UAE’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al-Nahyan met his UK counterpart James Cleverly in Abu Dhabi on Monday to discuss the latest developments in the Middle East, the Emirates News Agency reported.
The officials looked at international efforts to de-escalate violence in the Gaza Strip, protect civilians, and ensure a sustained delivery of humanitarian aid to the besieged enclave.
They emphasized the importance of coordinating regional and global efforts to meet the needs of affected civilians.
Sheikh Abdullah spoke of the importance of the international community boosting its efforts to end extremism and acting against escalating violence in the region.
The two ministers also looked at economic and trade cooperation between their countries, as well as the deep-rooted ties they share across various sectors.
The meeting was attended by Reem bint Ibrahim Al Hashemy, the minister of state for international cooperation, and Abdulla bin Touq Al Marri, the minister of economy.