International Diplomat Magazine

Sheikh Zayed discuss Relations with President Obama


Sheikh Zayed discuss Relations with President Obama(Washington, D.C.) – H.H. General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces met here yesterday over lunch with US President Barack Obama at the White House. During the meeting, the Crown Prince and President Obama discussed a range of regional issues and the broad-based relationship that unites the two countries. The leaders also pledged to continue close cooperation in the areas of security and commercial activity.
The Crown Prince and U. S. President also discussed the developments that are impacting the security and stability of the Middle East region, including Iran’s continued occupation of the three UAE islands, escalating violence in Syria, recent Egyptian elections, and the continued threat of terrorism.
The two sides spoke about the bilateral and multilateral efforts to improve the regional stability and prevent the spread of extremism, and also discussed steps the UAE is taking to ensure the reliable and safe delivery of crude oil from the UAE to global markets, such as the opening of the Habshan-Fujairah pipeline later this month.