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In a statement today, Afra Mahash Al Hameli, Director MoFAIC said that the UAE expresses its deep concern over the current escalation and calls for exercising maximum restraint, to prevent being drawn into new levels of violence and instability.
Sultan Mohammed Al Shamsi, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for Development Affairs and International Organizations, said that this initiative comes within the continuous efforts undertaken by the UAE to provide relief supplies to the brotherly Palestinian people in light of the difficult humanitarian conditions they are going through, stressing that this initiative and other initiatives reflect the positions of the state.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed the necessity of an immediate ceasefire to prevent bloodshed, and not to target civilians and civilian institutions, stressing the importance of civilians enjoying full protection under international humanitarian law and international treaties that guarantee their protection and human rights and the necessity of not being the target of conflict.
The campaign will organize new events on Thursday, November 9, at the Emirates Hospitality Hall in Ajman, and on Sunday, November 12, at the Abu Dhabi Ports Hall in Mina Zayed, under the supervision of the Emirates Red Crescent Authority, from 9am to 2pm.
"We are contributing to the loss and damage fund with 100 million euros to help achieve the goals of this COP28," she told an event at the COP28 climate conference in Dubai.
"We welcome all of you to your country, the Emirates, and we welcome all the delegations that came for the climate conference, and we thank God and thank Him for what He has bestowed upon us. Our love for the blessing of the earth is a reality. For us in the UAE, the issue of protecting the environment is not just a slogan; In fact, it is an integral part of our history, heritage and life.”
Designed to bridge the climate financing gap and facilitate affordable access, the fund aims to stimulate the raising and investment of $250 billion by 2030. This was revealed during Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed’s opening of the World Climate Action Summit, held during the UN Climate Change Conference (COP28) at Expo City Dubai.