Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
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.
During the call, Sheikh Mohamed was briefed on the latest developments in Kazakhstan in light of the recent events and the measures taken to establish security and protect institutions in the country.
Sheikh Mohamed expressed his confidence in the ability of the government and people in Kazakhstan to overcome this difficult period quickly.
Tokayev extended his thanks and appreciation to Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed and his support for Kazakhstan, noting their strong ties in various spheres.
The phone call also touched on bilateral relations and ways to develop them for the benefit of the two countries and peoples.
During the meeting, Sheikh Mohamed welcomed Ahmed and expressed his pride in the constructive friendship that the UAE and Ethiopia have cultivated over the past years through dedicated work to serve the interests of their peoples, and enhance security and stability in the region.
During the meeting, Sheikh Mohamed welcomed the prime ministers of Jordan and Egypt and asked them to convey his greetings to King Abdullah II and President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi, wishing further progress and prosperity for Jordan and Egypt.
The meeting addressed recent developments, in light of the latest Houthi attacks on civilian facilities in the UAE, which threaten regional and international security. Zuzana denounced the attacks and all forms of Houthi's terrorism and threats to regional security and stability.
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan has received Nechirvan Barzani, President of Iraq's Kurdistan region, who is currently on a visit to the UAE. During the meeting, Sheikh Mohamed welcomed Barzani’s visit, aimed to expand cooperation and to serve the interests of both sides.
The move comes to ensure rights protection of both parties in a balanced manner, promote the growth and stability of the labor market, and enhance the economic competitiveness of the UAE.
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