Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, has said that 'Hope Probe' exemplifies the distinctive strategic partnership between the UAE and Japan, and the continuous efforts of both nations to achieve qualitative leaps in all fields.
During a phone call with Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi, Sheikh Abdullah also highlighted the notable bilateral relations the two countries enjoy and their constant desire to enhance cooperation in many areas. The two ministers also congratulated each other on the successful launch of Hope Probe to Mars, after it lifted off from Japan's Tanegashima Space Centre on July 20.
Abdullah Bin Zayed and his Japanese counterpart went on to explore ways to enhance aspects of joint cooperation between the two sides in many fields, including economic, investment, trade, technology, advanced projects and energy.
They further reviewed the latest updates on the COVID-19 pandemic and their countries' efforts to contain its implications; stressing the importance of UAE-Japan coordination in the exchange of scientific knowledge and experiences, as well as health practices to curb the spread of the virus.
They also stressed the importance of international cooperation on the topic, vowing to support global efforts to find a vaccine for the disease.
Emirates Mars Mission, Hope Probe, is the UAE’s contribution to the entire world, a top United Nations official told.
The Emirates Mars Mission (EMM), has detailed seven strategic objectives of the “Hope Probe,” including acquiring human knowledge, enhancing the UAE’s capacities and promoting international cooperation, in addition to collecting data and achieving the mission’s scientific outcomes.
As the countdown starts for the launch of the UAE’s first mission to Mars, from the Tanegashima Island in Japan, The Hope Probe is now ready for its 7-month-long journey to the red planet covering 493,500,000km, according to Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC).
A third wave of coronavirus infections is likely to hit India by October, and although it will be better controlled than the latest outbreak the pandemic will remain a public health threat for at least another year, according to a poll of medical experts.
He added, “What we experience today will become something of the past tomorrow. Joining university and getting a degree was the ultimate end of our parents, but I assure you that education will never come to an end."
In a flash of a second, the men started to climb the pipe attached to the building forming a human chain.