Adviser to the UAE President, Anwar Gargash, confirmed that his country looks to the future with “confidence”, a year after the conclusion of the Al-Ula agreement in Saudi Arabia that ended the Gulf crisis with Qatar.
Gargash said, in a tweet published today, Sunday: “With the passage of more than a year since the Al-Ula Agreement, and with an appreciable Saudi effort, we look in the UAE with confidence to the future and to more cooperation that leads to enhancing prosperity and stability and consolidating Gulf and Arab relations.”
The Emirati official added: “The challenges the world is witnessing require us to move forward towards unity for the good of all the peoples of the region.”
Since June 5, 2017, the Gulf region has witnessed a severe political crisis between Qatar on the one hand and Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt on the other hand. The four countries announced a boycott of their neighbor and cut off land, sea and air traffic with them, accusing them of deviating from the Arab environment towards Iran and supporting organizations that destabilize the region. This tension ended on January 5, 2021, with the signing of a reconciliation agreement that affirmed the unity of the Gulf ranks during the Gulf Cooperation Council summit in the Saudi city of Al-Ula.
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