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Boris Johnson (left) inspects the honour guard as he arrives at Abu Dhabi airport on Wednesday. AP
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrived in the UAE on Wednesday as part of his tour in the region.
Upon his arrival at the Presidential Flight in Abu Dhabi, Dr Anwar Gargash, Diplomatic Adviser to UAE President, and a number of officials received Johnson.
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Johnson began lobbying Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to pump more oil to calm markets roiled by Russia's invasion of Ukraine as he met the Gulf states' leadership on Wednesday.
Boris Johnson arrives for a media interview at the Emirates Palace hotel in Abu Dhabi. AFP
Johnson arrived in Abu Dhabi for talks with Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Zayed and was then due to fly to Riyadh as the West seeks to end its dependency on Russian oil following the invasion of Ukraine.
"It's not just a question of looking at the OPEC countries and what they can do to increase supply, though that is important," Johnson told British media.
"When we look at the dependency the West in particular has built up on Putin's hydrocarbons, on Putin's oil and gas, we can see what a mistake that was because he's been able to blackmail the West."
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed on Tuesday presided over the meeting of the Board of Directors of Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA).
The destination will be a new attraction for all members of the community, both residents and visitors to Abu Dhabi.
In line with the leadership’s approach to following up on citizens’ conditions and ensuring the fulfilment of their needs; these exemptions aim to relieve citizens’ social burdens, especially those with low income.
Nadia expressed appreciation of the UAE's role in underpinning the values of tolerance and peaceful co-existence as well as the government's solid belief in the role played by women in ensuring social and sustainable development.
European foreign ministers and UN agencies called for a ceasefire, with alarm rising over the worsening humanitarian crisis and potential starvation in the territory.
The weather on Sunday and Monday is expected to be partly cloudy to cloudy at times with a chance of drizzles to moderate and heavy rains at times on some areas, especially the northern, eastern and coastal ones, accompanied by a drop in temperature, especially in the west,..
The apparent show of strength comes just two days before Moscow marks the second anniversary of its military assault on Ukraine, where it has been trying to gain momentum.
The move is part of a bakery project initiated by the ERC to alleviate the severe shortage of bread within the Gaza Strip and ease the harsh humanitarian conditions they currently endure.