Presidents al-Assad ,Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed discuss positive developments in the region, economic cooperation

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Abu Dhabi, SANA- President Bashar al-Assad and President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, held official talks at Qasr Al Watan in the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi, in the presence of the two official delegations.

The talks dealt with means of enhancing historical bilateral relations and economic cooperation between Syria and the UAE .

The talks also touched upon the positive developments in the region and the importance of taking advantage of those developments to achieve stability ,further safety and prosperity.

President al-Assad considered that the UAE’s positions have always been rational and moral, describing its role in the Middle East as positive and effective in ensuring strong relations between Arab countries, stressing that this role intersects with that of Syria’s vision on the need to strengthen bilateral relations between Arab countries to reach the joint Arab action that unites Arab countries and benefits the interests of their peoples.

President al-Assad stressed that dissonance and the severance of relations is an incorrect principle in politics, and that it is normal for relations between Arab countries to be solid and fraternal.

For his part, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan stressed the importance of Syria’s return to its Arab environment, as well as building bridges and strengthening relations between all Arab countries for the benefit and interest of their peoples.

His Highness underlined that the UAE is with Syria in heart and soul and will continue to show solidarity with the Syrian people.

President Al-Assad thanked the president and people of the UAE for their support to the Syrian people in addressing the aftermath of the disaster caused by the earthquakes.

President al-Assad said that the UAE’s humanitarian role carried with it sincere love and pure brotherly impulse, had an important impact in mitigating the repercussions of the earthquake for those affected by it in Syria.