UAE Ambassador Saeed and other top officials during the ceremony. WAM
The inauguration ceremony was attended by Moustadroine Abdou, President of the Assembly of the Union of the Comoros; Anbar Darwish, First Lady of the Comoros; several ministers and senior officials, as well as Saudi Arabia's Ambassador to Comoros, Dr. Atallah Zayed Al-Zayed; and a number of Arab and foreign ambassadors, intellectuals and journalists.
Al Maqbali said the inauguration of the UAE Embassy in Moroni highlights the profound ties of friendship between the two countries and their keenness to strengthen their overall relations.
Artists performs during the inauguration ceremony. WAM
The ties between the two countries are deep-rooted and friendly and are witnessing continued development, he added, lauding the development of their overall bilateral relations.
Kassem Lotfi, Minister of State for the Arab World at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Comoros, said he is pleased to participate in the inauguration of the UAE Embassy in Moroni, stressing that the two countries have had deep-rooted ties since the independence of the Comoros in 1975.
During the conversation, Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed emphasised the UAE's support for everything that could ensure the stability of Kazakhstan and preserve its security, institutions and social peace.
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed and Sebastian held a meeting in Vienna and discussed bilateral relations and ways of enhancing the strategic partnership between their countries in various fields.
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Prince Salman Bin Hamad Al Khalifa witnessed on Tuesday, a ceremony for exchange of memoranda of understanding (MoUs) for further the development and prosperity in both countries.
"We want good relations...and really don't want to burn bridges," Putin told both houses of parliament. "But if someone mistakes our good intentions for indifference or weakness and intends to burn down these bridges, they should know that Russia's response will be swift and harsh."
The ban follows an accident on Jan.10 in which nine traders died and 20 others were injured when a truck returning from a weekly market near Lira overturned. Police blamed speed and reckless driving for the crash.
"The first accident occurred in the early morning in Al Karama tunnel, when a bus crashed into a light vehicle causing ten minor injuries," he explained.
Police spokesman Moses Carter told the media the death toll was provisional and "may increase" because a number of people were in critical condition. He added that children were included among the dead.