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Iran, UAE pledge to ‘improve’ bilateral cooperation


Top diplomats of Iran and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) discussed bilateral trade cooperation and regional issues in a telephone conversation on Thursday.

Iran’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and his Emirati counterpart Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed reaffirmed their commitment to enhance bilateral ties, especially in trade.

Amir-Abdollahian described relations between the two countries as “traditional and positive,” and said both sides attach “special importance” to their ties and are confident of “improving” the bilateral cooperation.

He further emphasized “facilitating and developing” trade relations and overcoming problems related to financial exchanges.

Relations between Iran and the UAE have turned from bad to worse in last two years since Abu Dhabi announced normalization of ties with Israel, brokered by the US. Continue Reading


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