3rd Arabic Arts Festival begins in Beijing

3rd Arabic Arts Festival begins in Beijing

3rd Arabic Arts Festival begins in Beijing

(Beijing) – Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, has underscored the strength and depth of relations between the U.A.E. and China, saying they have seen over 30 years of major developments in various political, economic, educational and cultural fields, leading to the U.A.E. having one of the best external and stable relationships with China.
These comments came when Sheikh Nahyan met with representatives of the Chinese News Agency and a number of other international news agencies on the sidelines of the U.A.E.s participation in the third Arabic Arts Festival, which began in Beijing, where a forum of Ministers of Culture of China and the Arab World is held on the sidelines with the participation of delegations from Arab countries.
Sheikh Nahyan stressed the importance of the distinguished relations between the U.A.E. and the friendly People’s Republic of China in various fields and the importance of continuous communication and coordination between the two countries.
Sheikh Nahyan said that the current phase of Emirati-Chinese relations are characterised by economic, cultural, educational and political strength, exchanging support and preserving the interests of both countries, as well as ensuring cooperation in various international forums.
On the development of bilateral relations between China and the U.A.E. on the 30th anniversary of the establishment of formal diplomatic relations between the two sides, Sheikh Nahyan emphasised the UAE-Chinese relations, describing the strategic and strong positive development that has grown continuously since in all fields.
(Courtesy WAM)

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