President Vladimir Putin of Russia will commence his official state visit to the UAE on Tuesday (Oct.15).
During the visit, the Russian President will hold talks with His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces.
The two sides are set to discuss means to further strengthen bilateral co-operation across multiple sectors, as well as regional and international developments of mutual interest.
Putin's visit to the UAE comes within the framework of the Declaration of Strategic Partnership signed between Russia and the UAE in June 2018.
The United Arab Emirates and the Russian Federation have forged a decades-long partnership predicated on mutual respect and definite objectives, leading to various successful outcomes.
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Sheikh Mohamed discussed with Aleksandar Vucic the various areas of cooperation between their countries and prospects for enhancing it to advance their mutual interests, in addition to a number of regional and global issues and developments of mutual concern.
Putin said, "I am convinced that your activities in the position of head of state will contribute to the further development of friendly relations and mutually beneficial cooperation in all directions between Russia and the UAE."
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