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INTERNATIONAL ISSUES - IRAQ

Iraqi president receives Abdullah bin Zayed

Posted on 06/02/2011

Baghdad - President Jalal Talabani of Iraq received on Thursday at Al Salaam Palace visiting UAE Foreign Minister H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Sheikh Abdullah affirmed to the Iraqi head of state the UAE's keenness to support the government and people of Iraq in all domains. For his part, President Talabani expressed Baghdad's sincere desire to boosting cooperation with the UAE in all fields that serve interest of the brotherly countries and their peoples. - Emirates News Agency, ...  >>MORE

Iraqi Premier meets UAE Foreign Minister

Posted on 06/02/2011

Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki held a meeting with UAE Foreign Minister H.H Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan. In remarks at the meeting, Sheikh Abdullah reiterated the UAE's support for the people and the government of Iraq. The two sides discussed bilateral relations between the UAE and Iraq. Sheikh Abdullah arrived in Baghdad Thursday morning starting a two-day visit to Iraq. He was received by Iraqi counterpart Hoshyar Zebari, the UAE Ambassador to Iraq and senior Iraqi ...  >>MORE

Barzani receives Abdullah bin Zayed

Posted on 06/02/2011

President of the Kurdistan Region in Iraq Massoud Barzani received at his Palace yesterday visiting UAE Foreign Minister H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Writing on the VIP visitors' book, Sheikh Abdullah said he had the honour of visiting Kurdistan for the first time and thanked its government for the warm welcome and hospitality accorded to him since his arrival. He expressed his hope that his trip would open up new horizons for joint cooperation and coordination that contribute ...  >>MORE

Iraq's Kurdistan Prime Minister receives UAE Foreign Minister

Posted on 06/02/2011

Visiting UAE Foreign Minister H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan expressed the UAE's sincere desire to boost its relations of cooperation with Kurdistan Region in Iraq in areas of mutual interest. Sheikh Abdullah made his statement during talks with Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq Dr. Barham Salih yesterday over ways bolstering bilateral ties. The two ministers also explored avenues of possible joint cooperation in economy, trade and investment. Sheikh Abdullah stated ...  >>MORE

UAE welcomes UN resolutions on Iraq

Posted on 19/12/2010

The UAE Foreign Ministry has welcomed the UN resolutions 1956, 1957 and 1958 which ended key international sanctions imposed on Iraq. Dr Tareq Al Haidan, Assistant Foreign Minister for Political Affairs, expressed the UAE's relief over the Security Council's "positive move that reflects international community's recognition of the efforts made by Iraq to turn a new leaf and to resolve current issues.” "The UAE greets the government and people of brotherly Iraq for meeting its obligations ...  >>MORE

UAE values Iraq's commitment towards human rights

Posted on 17/02/2010

Geneva - The UAE yesterday expressed satisfaction at Iraq's sincere efforts to promote the culture of human rights and uphold these rights. UAE Permanent Representative to United Nations office in Geneva Ambassador Obaid Salem Al Zaabi, told the seventh session of the Human Rights Council's Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Working Group on Iraq's human rights that the UAE appreciates Baghdad's drive to enhance its cooperation with the UN human rights organs to nurture and spread the culture of ...  >>MORE

UAE President issues directives to host, treat Iraqi victims of recent bombings

Posted on 28/08/2009

President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has issued directives to the concerned authorities to receive a number of Iraqi victims of the recent bombings in Baghdad to continue their medical treatment in the UAE. Sheikh Khalifa has also issued directives to host the Iraqi injured in coordination with the relevant Iraqi authorities. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Abdullah bin Zayed greets Iraqi people on withdrawal of US Army from Iraqi cities

Posted on 01/07/2009

UAE Foreign Minister HH Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan has congratulated Iraqi leadership and people on the withdrawal of the US Armed Forces from the Iraqi cities, wishing stability and security to Iraq amid current developmental and reconstruction efforts. Sheikh Abdullah lauded strength of the bilateral relations between the UAE and Iraq in all fields. He reiterated that the UAE backs Iraq, citing the decision of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, on writing ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Charity and Humanitarian Foundation embarks upon Dh4 million projects in Iraq

Posted on 10/08/2008

The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Charity and Humanitarian Foundation (MBRCF) has embarked upon a number of charity projects in various parts of Iraq at a total cost of over Dh4.93 million. The projects, which include schools and health centres, are part of the foundation's concerted efforts to help the Iraqi people. According to the deputy chairman of board of trustees of the MBRCF, Ibrahim Mohammed Bu-melha, the foundation had recently signed a contract with the "Hayat" Relief Organisation ...  >>MORE

UN Secretary General welcomes UAE decision to write off Iraq debt

Posted on 09/08/2008

New York - UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has welcomed UAE's decision to write off all debts on Iraq. The debt amounting to USD 4bn that was paid to Iraq over the last several years was written off along with interest by a decision in July by President HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. In a report on UN mission in Iraq, presented to UN Security council for ratification, Ban Ki-moon, said 'the decision of the United Arab Emirates to forgive Iraqi debt is a strong step that I hope is ...  >>MORE

UAE writes off Iraq debts

Posted on 07/07/2008

President HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, said the UAE has written off the Iraqi debts and interest worth US$4billion. The debts were offered to Iraq in different periods. The gesture was made yesterday at the reception given by Sheikh Khalifa to the visiting Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki, at Al Bateen Palace. Sheikh Khalifa said the UAE's decision to write off the Iraqi debts was "genuine expression of brotherhood and solidarity between the two countries. It is also an effort ...  >>MORE

Maliki lauds UAE decision to waive debts

Posted on 07/07/2008

Visiting Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki praised yesterday the UAE decision to write off its debts accumulated to Iraq. Speaking at an audience with members of Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ADCCI) and UAE investors and businessmen, the Iraqi prime minister hailed stances adopted by the UAE leadership towards his country. 'The UAE initiative, which highlights the ties between the two brotherly countries and their peoples, will contribute to boosting development efforts in ...  >>MORE

Writing off debts adds to UAE's initiatives in Iraq

Posted on 07/07/2008

Eager to strengthen its fraternal ties with Iraq, the United Arab Emirates has decided to cancel debts owed by Iraq, amounting to US$ 4 billion, including interests and arrears. "The decision by President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan to write off debts owed by Iraq shows the country's keenness to strengthen relations with our brothers in Iraq," Foreign Minister HH Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan said today. He added that the decision coincided with a number of initiatives ...  >>MORE

National security Advisor receives Iraqi counterpart

Posted on 07/07/2008

HH Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, National Security Advisor, received here yesterday Muwafak al Rubaie, Iraq's National Security Adviser, who is accompanying visiting Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Al Maliki. During the meeting, Sheikh Hazza and Al Rubaie discussed ways to bolster ties, particularly in security matters, as well as issues of mutual interest. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

UAE hails Iraqi government over efforts for restoring security and stability

Posted on 31/05/2008

Stockholm - United Arab Emirates has hailed the efforts of Iraqi government for its efforts for restoring security and stability in the country, and for committing itself to the disarmament of militias and various outlawed groups. UAE also praised the keenness of the Iraqi government for setting up a national Iraqi military and Police for realising peace and security in the country and protecting its sovereignty and territorial integrity. In a speech delivered at the first follow-up ...  >>MORE

UAE to participate in Stockholm conference on Iraq

Posted on 29/05/2008

The United Arab Emirates will take part in the second high-level international conference on Iraq being held yesterday in the Stockholm. The country's delegation to the meeting will be headed by Dr Tariq Ahmed, Foreign ministry's Assistant Under secretary for Political Affairs and Saeed Rashid Al Za'abi, UAE's Charge D'Affaires in Stockholm. The conference will be attended by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and ...  >>MORE

UAE remains committed to progress of political process in Iraq: Abdullah

Posted on 23/04/2008

The United Arab Emirates pledged on Tuesday to act through existing bilateral and collective frameworks to serve interests of Iraq and its people in order to sustain march of peace, security and stability in the region and the world at large. 'The states of the Gulf Co-operation Council all share the hope that our whole region may become stable and prosperous. As part of that aspiration, we all look forward to Iraq being a full and active partner, both contributing to the process of ...  >>MORE

UAE donates US$10 million to UNHCR operations in Syria

Posted on 03/10/2007

The Representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in the Gulf region Ahmed Gubartalla said yesterday that his agency is pleased to announce a US$10 million donation by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates, in support of the agency's operations in assisting Iraqi refugees in Syria. This donation, he added, will help ease the suffering of Iraqi refugees and alleviate some of the burden being shouldered by host countries ...  >>MORE

UAE was first Arab country to submit courageous initiative to save Iraq, region: Allawi

Posted on 05/08/2007

The UAE was the only Arab country to submit a courageous initiative four years ago trying unsuccessfully to save Iraq and the region from the agony of war, said former Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi. "Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, may his soul rest in peace, submitted, before the US-led invasion of Iraq, a courageous, strong and clear initiative that had the insight to spare Iraq and the region the devils of a military confrontation", added Allawi told the Dubai-based English daily Gulf ...  >>MORE

UAE stands in support of Iraq: Al Mansoori

Posted on 05/05/2007

Sharm El Sheikh - The UAE has reiterated its unequivocal stance in support of the Iraqi government and people in their effort to build "stable, unified, fully independent and prosperous Iraq". "The UAE stands strongly for respecting Iraq's territorial integrity and no-interference in its internal affairs," UAE Minister of Governmental Sector Development Sultan Al Mansoori told an international conference on Iraq currently in session in this Red Sea resort. Delivering the UAE statement to ...  >>MORE

U.S. Military Chief in Middle East: diplomatic, peaceful solutions in Mideast favoured

Posted on 25/04/2007

The U.S. Commander for the Middle East said yesterday he was optimistic about the progress being made in Iraq stressing that suicide bombings in the war-torn country are declining in spite of some recent unfortunate incidents in the capital city of Baghdad. "The number one question in Iraq is more security and the first thing Iraqi citizens said to me when I walked around in different areas of Baghdad was (give us security)", said Admiral William J. Fallon. Fallon was speaking at a press ...  >>MORE

Al Roumi visits hospitalised Iraqi children

Posted on 14/03/2007

Maryam Al Roumi, Minister of Social Affairs Tuesday visited Iraqi children currently receiving medical treatment at Mafraq hospital. In a remarks shortly after her visit, Al Roumi said the UAE was keen to see a stable and secure Iraq where children will be able to enjoy their childhood. She added that her visit was a message of fraternity from the UAE children to their Iraqi brethren. "While this visit is a good will gesture from the UAE children towards their Iraqi brethren, it is also a ...  >>MORE

Iraqi children head home today after receiving medical treatment

Posted on 15/02/2007

Around 10 Iraqi children who were brought to the UAE for medical treatment are due to return home today after completing their treatment, the Red Crescent said. On January 21, 55 injured and ill Iraqi children, travelled from Baghdad for medical treatment, at the behest of the UAE Red Crescent Authority (RCA). The children, aged three months to 15 years, are the third batch of Iraqis to be treated in the UAE, following directives issued by President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed assures help for Iraq’s security

Posted on 29/01/2007

General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces received in Abu Dhabi yesterday Dr Ahmed Abdel Ghafour Samaraie, head of the Iraqi Sunni Waqf and Dr Ziad Mahmoud Al Aani, Assistant secretary General of Iraqi Islamic Party, currently on a visit to UAE. The meeting discussed recent developments in Iraq and the plight of Iraqi people due to deteriorating security situation there. Sheikh Mohammed reiterated UAE's support to ...  >>MORE

UAE offers hope for injured Iraqi children

Posted on 22/01/2007

His burnt face and body and deformed hands did not prevent Saif Ebrahim, 4, from smiling for the camera. A smile that signifies hope for him and 54 other children who were flown in from Iraq for treatment by the Red Crescent Authority (RCA). Saif was in his home in Baghdad with his mother Nashtaman in December 2005, when a bomb exploded in the neighbourhood. There was no electricity and the house was lit by a kerosene lamp, his mother told Gulf News. "The lamp, due to pressure from the ...  >>MORE

New group of wounded Iraqis to be flown to the UAE

Posted on 20/01/2007

A new group of injured Iraqi citizens, including children will be flown to the UAE for medical treatment on Sunday; it was announced in Abu Dhabi yesterday. The group of 55, all of whom sustained serious injuries as a result of the on-going violence in Iraq, will be flown to the UAE on a special plane, in accordance with the directives of President H.H Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. The plane is equipped with medical facilities. President Khalifa has also ordered the UAE Red ...  >>MORE

Iraqis seek international backing at "International Compact with Iraq" in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 11/09/2006

"The International Compact for Iraq" (ICI), a five-year plan aimed at bringing peace and development to the war-hit country, was held yesterday at Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi city. UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan and French counterpart Philippe Douste-Blazy attended the opening ceremony of the one-day gathering which brought together senior officials from the U.S., Europe, Japan, Korea and Iraq's Arab neighbouring countries along with representatives of the ...  >>MORE

UAE private sector can play big role in Iraq, says Abdullah

Posted on 01/07/2006

Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Foreign Minister, yesterday received Abdul Karim Sultan Sinjari, Minister of State for Interior in the Regional Government of Kurdistan, Iraq. Sheikh Abdullah and the Iraqi official, who was accompanied by a trade delegation, discussed cooperation between the UAE and Iraq. Sheikh Abdullah hailed the national reconciliation initiative launched by Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki. Iraq needs the concerted efforts of its citizens as well as those of its ...  >>MORE

UAE reiterates commitment to support Iraq

Posted on 06/06/2006

HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai received in Dubai yesterday Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshiyar Zebari. They discussed fraternal ties between the UAE and Iraq and ways to boost bilateral cooperation for the mutual interest of the two countries. Zebari briefed the UAE Vice President on the political developments in Iraq and the efforts being made by the various political factions to entrench democratic process and ...  >>MORE

President receives Al Nu'aimi

Posted on 01/06/2006

President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan received yesterday at his palace in the presence of Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE diplomat, Naji Al Nu'aimi. Sheikh Khalifa congratulated Al Nu'aimi for returning home safely following a painful trouble in which he exhibited the highest degree of patience of which the people of UAE are all proud and expressing their deep faith and trust in the ...  >>MORE

All UAE people is family of Naji: Mohammed

Posted on 01/06/2006

H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, received yesterday UAE diplomat, Naji Al Nuaimi, who returned home from Baghdad following his release by his captors in Iraq. Welcoming Al Nuaimi back home, Sheikh Mohammed said: 'Al Nuaimi's release is a victory and success to the UAE diplomacy. Sheikh Mohammed told the young diplomat that he along with President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al ...  >>MORE

Naji Al Nuaimi arrives home to a hero's welcome

Posted on 01/06/2006

Naji Al Nuaimi arrived home last night to hero's welcome by his relatives and fellow citizens. The helicopter that took the released diplomat from Abu Dhabi landed on a square thronged by thousands of citizens, led by Al Nuaimi's family members and relatives. The huge masses then took to the streets in a long motorcade escorting Naji to his family residence. At home, the diplomat who was released last night after 14 days in captivity in Iraq, was accorded an emotional welcome. Naji's father ...  >>MORE

Al Nu'aimi gets President's house gift

Posted on 01/06/2006

Sheikh Khalifa receives Naji Al Nuaimi on Wednesday. The President congratulated the diplomat for bravely enduring a traumatic time during his captivity in Iraq. WAM President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has ordered that a befitting house be built for UAE diplomat, Naji Al Nu'aimi. Sheikh Khalifa has also decided to bear the wedding expenses of Al Nu'aimi as part of the President's commitment to honour every loyal UAE citizen. Al Nu'aimi, before he was kidnapped in Iraq, was ...  >>MORE

GCC Secretary General applauds UAE diplomat's release

Posted on 01/06/2006

Riyadh - Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Abdul Rahman Hamad Al Atiyya, has welcomed the release of UAE diplomat, Naji Al Nu'aimi, who regained his freedom last night. In a statement on the occasion, Al Atiyya congratulated President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the UAE government and people, as well as the family of Al Nu'aimi. He praised all those who contributed to securing Al Nu'aimi's freedom and expressed the hope that Iraq would soon enjoy security and ...  >>MORE

UN Secretary General welcomes Naji's release

Posted on 01/06/2006

New York - United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan today welcomed the release of the UAE diplomat Naji Al Nuaimi, who was kidnapped in Iraq two weeks ago. In a statement issued here yesterday and read out by Annan's spokesman, Stephane Dujarric, the UN chief also called for the immediate release of all Iraqis and foreigners who are still being held hostage in Iraq. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

Abducted UAE Diplomat released

Posted on 31/05/2006

The UAE Diplomat abducted in Iraq has been released, according to UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan. "Naji Al Nuaimi, the UAE diplomat who was abducted in Iraq on May 16th, was released tonight," Sheikh Abdullah confirmed. The Minister expressed the UAE's "deep gratitude to the Iraqi Government for its faithful efforts which culminated in the safe release of Al Nuaimi.” "We are also thankful to the various Iraqi political forces for their role in securing Al Nuaimi's ...  >>MORE

Abdullah, Alyawar discuss developments on Al Nuaimi's abduction

Posted on 24/05/2006

UAE Foreign minister, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, received in Abu Dhabi yesterday the Iraqi Ambassador to the UAE Faris Ajeel Alyawar. They discussed the developments of the efforts aimed at freeing the UAE diplomat abducted in Iraq. Sheikh Abdullah expressed the UAE gratitude to the Iraqi government and people for their positive stance and efforts to secure the release of the diplomat, Naji Al Nuaimi. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

UAE, Iraq working closely to secure Naji's release: Abdullah bin Zayed

Posted on 23/05/2006

UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan announced in Abu Dhabi yesterday that his government was working closely with the Iraqi Government to secure the release of the abducted UAE diplomat Naji Al Nuaimi. At a joint press conference with the visiting German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Sheikh Abdullah extended his solidarity and sympathy to the family of the UAE diplomat, saying that this was a difficult time not only to Naji's family but also to the entire UAE ...  >>MORE

Kidnappers set terms

Posted on 19/05/2006

Our top priority is to secure the safe release of Naji Rashid Al Nuaimi. We are looking into their demands, but we are quite surprised that such an act is being carried out against the UAE, which is friendly to Iraq and its people," Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE Foreign Minister, told Gulf News late last night. Sheikh Abdullah was speaking after an Iraqi group claimed the kidnapping of the UAE diplomat in Baghdad and called on Abu Dhabi to close its mission in the Iraqi capital ...  >>MORE

Kidnapping will not deter UAE to help Iraq

Posted on 19/05/2006

Iraq will not be abandoned and the UAE will stand by its commitment to the rebuilding of the war-torn country and the preservation of its unity, the UAE press commented today. This is the message sounded by officials following the despicable act of terrorism, in which UAE diplomatic representative Naji Al Nuaimi was kidnapped and one of his security aides killed on Tuesday night,' wrote the Gulf News. In daily comment, the paper said: 'The incident is not the first terrorist attempt against ...  >>MORE

France expresses "deep concern" after kidnapping of UAE diplomat in Baghdad

Posted on 19/05/2006

Paris - France expressed "deep concern" after the kidnapping of a diplomat from the United Arab Emirates who was on mission in Baghdad. The diplomat was seized by gunmen as he visited the cultural office of his embassy in the Iraqi capital on Tuesday. "In these difficult circumstances, (France) assures the Emirates' authorities of its full sympathy and its solidarity," said Denis Simonneau, the Deputy spokesman at the French Foreign Ministry said late Wednesday, according to KUNA. France ...  >>MORE

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UAE President issues directives to host, treat Iraqi victims of recent bombings


Abdullah bin Zayed greets Iraqi people on withdrawal of US Army from Iraqi cities


Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Charity and Humanitarian Foundation embarks upon Dh4 million projects in Iraq


UN Secretary General welcomes UAE decision to write off Iraq debt


UAE writes off Iraq debts


Maliki lauds UAE decision to waive debts


Writing off debts adds to UAE's initiatives in Iraq


National security Advisor receives Iraqi counterpart


UAE hails Iraqi government over efforts for restoring security and stability


UAE to participate in Stockholm conference on Iraq


UAE remains committed to progress of political process in Iraq: Abdullah


UAE donates US$10 million to UNHCR operations in Syria


UAE was first Arab country to submit courageous initiative to save Iraq, region: Allawi


UAE stands in support of Iraq: Al Mansoori


U.S. Military Chief in Middle East: diplomatic, peaceful solutions in Mideast favoured


Al Roumi visits hospitalised Iraqi children


Iraqi children head home today after receiving medical treatment


Mohammed bin Zayed assures help for Iraq’s security


UAE offers hope for injured Iraqi children


New group of wounded Iraqis to be flown to the UAE


Iraqis seek international backing at "International Compact with Iraq" in Abu Dhabi


UAE private sector can play big role in Iraq, says Abdullah


UAE reiterates commitment to support Iraq


President receives Al Nu'aimi


All UAE people is family of Naji: Mohammed


Naji Al Nuaimi arrives home to a hero's welcome


Al Nu'aimi gets President's house gift


GCC Secretary General applauds UAE diplomat's release


UN Secretary General welcomes Naji's release


Abducted UAE Diplomat released


Abdullah, Alyawar discuss developments on Al Nuaimi's abduction


UAE, Iraq working closely to secure Naji's release: Abdullah bin Zayed


Kidnappers set terms


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