Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian, who had visited Abu Dhabi on Monday to pay respect to the deceased UAE president Khalifa bin Zayed, met with the country’s new leader Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed.
The United Arab Emirates’ long-ailing ruler, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, died Friday, the government’s state-run news agency announced in a brief statement. He was 73.
A professor of government at Georgetown University in Qatar says that leaderships in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates look at the Biden administration as an unreliable partner who is not worthy to jeopardize the ties with Russia.
Head of Iran Trade Promotion Organization Alireza Payman Pak says during interactions in recent months Iran has attracted some $300m of foreign investment from the UAE which will come into effect in four or five months.
Secretary of the Supreme Council of Free Trade-Industrial and Special Economic Zones criticized recent moves in Majlis for levying tax in free zones and said the amount of investment flight from free zones to Turkey has been considerable in recent years and today the country sees the capital flight for investment to the UAE.
Head of Iran-UAE Joint Chamber of Commerce Erfan Shakeri says Iran and the UAE are working to prepare a ten-year outlook document for their trade ties which is in the early stage.
The Wall Street Journal has reported that Israel and the United Arab Emirates are expanding both their security and intelligence cooperation following an increase in attacks carried out by Yemen’s armed forces against targets in the UAE.
Head of Iran Trade Center in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Mohammad-Reza Talaei said over 100 Iranian and foreign companies are expected to attend an Iran-UAE trade conference which is set to be held at the mentioned center in UAE.
The United Arab Emirates announced in the early hours of the morning that it intercepted a missile launched by Yemen’s Ansarullah movement, the third attack in less than two weeks.
The Advisor to President and Secretary of the Supreme Council of Free and Special Economic Zones says the UAE earns some $20b annually for bunker fuel and in fact offering services to the ships and vessels in the Persian Gulf which move towards Fujairah Port and unfortunately major part of the bunk fuel of the UAE is provided by the ships which smuggle fuel from Iran to Fujairah.