Latest regional and international developments, as well as environmental concerns, among issues tackled by leaders
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and US President Joe Biden discussed over a phone call the historic ties and strategic partnership between the two friendly countries and ways to enhance them in various fields.
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During the conversation, Sheikh Mohamed and Biden tackled cooperation in the fields of clean and renewable energy, environmental protection, facing climate change and the importance of enhancing international efforts in this field forward, in light of the results and commitments of the Leaders Summit on Climate, which was held recently.
The two leaders discussed a number of issues and the latest regional and international developments of mutual concern, foremost of which are developments in the Arabian Gulf, the Middle East and the Horn of Africa regions.
The two sides stressed the significance of continuing to boost bilateral relations in the future, and the joint efforts to enhance peace and cooperation in the region in the interest of their peoples and their aspiration for stability and development, as well as supporting efforts to settle regional conflicts and crises through diplomatic and political means.
The US President extended his congratulations on the occasion of the UAE’s 50th anniversary celebrations, citing the strategic importance of establishing diplomatic relations between the UAE and Israel.