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UAE will spare no effort to push GCC march forward: Khalifa

Posted on 14/12/2005

President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan emphasised yesterday the UAE would spare no effort to boost and push forward the GCC drive in all walks of life. 'The UAE is keen to back the Council's march in order to help member states coordinate and unify their stances and continue consultations at regional and international forums as an integrated organisation taking care of its interests and those of its peoples,' the President said when he received today Secretary General of the Gulf ...  >>MORE

New study on Khalifa and the GCC summit published

Posted on 14/12/2005

The Information Affairs Office of Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister, has published a new study entitled "Leader Khalifa and the Summit of the Gulf Cooperation Council.” The book displays the statements by HH President Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan on the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), on occasion of the convening of the 26th GCC summit in Abu Dhabi this month. In the introduction to the book, Sheikh Sultan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister stated that ...  >>MORE

GCC FMs to meet in Abu Dhabi next week

Posted on 13/12/2005

Riyadh - The GCC ministerial council will convene in Abu Dhabi next Saturday to hammer out agenda for the 26th GCC summit to be hosted by Abu Dhabi from December 18 to 19. GCC Secretary General Abdul Rahman Al Attiya said the foreign ministers would review reports and recommendations made by ad hoc committees on economic, social, educational, environmental and security fields. He added that the meeting would also review a report on precautionary measures in regards to bird flu to ensure ...  >>MORE

G-77 urges industrialised nations to boost aid

Posted on 17/06/2005

The Group of 77 and China, which includes some of the poorest nations on earth, has urged wealthy countries to fulfil pledges of increasing aid to close the gap between rich and poor. A draft resolution adopted by the foreign ministers of the alliance, which comprises 132 countries, calls on rich countries to meet their obligations of raising Official Development Assistance to 0.7 per cent of these countries' Gross National Product. The target was set by the United Nations several years ...  >>MORE

Khalifa returns home after attending G-77 meet

Posted on 17/06/2005

President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan arrived here Wednesday evening after heading the UAE delegation to the 2nd South Summit of the G-77 and China, in which heads of states of 132 countries from Asia, Africa and Latin America took part. The UAE President was received on arrival by Deputy Prime Minister, Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Ruler's Representative in the Eastern Region, Sheikh Tahnoun bin Mohammed Al Nahyan, Chairman of both the Abu Dhabi Planning and ...  >>MORE

Khalifa arrives in Doha

Posted on 15/06/2005

President H.H Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan arrived here Tuesday to attend the second summit of the Group of 77 which will open on Wednesday. He was received by the Qatari State Ministers Sheikh Hamad bin Nasser Al Thani and Sheikh Mohammed bin Eid Al Thani, Abdul Ridha Abdullah Khouri, UAE Ambassador to Qatar and Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Othman, Qatari Ambassador. In a press statement released upon his arrival, Sheikh Khalifa said that holding the summit amid current challenges ...  >>MORE

UAE underlines the role of international institutions to confront challenges

Posted on 02/10/2004

The United Arab Emirates has urged the international community to boost mechanism and the role of the international institutions to encounter challenges of the 21st century. This came in a statement made by Saif Bin Sa'ed Al-Suwaidi Under-Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs before the Annual Meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Group of 77 and China, which was held in New York last week on the fringe of the 59th session of the UN General Assembly. Following is the full ...  >>MORE

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