Sheikh Abdullah, Dmytro Kuleba discuss latest developments of crisis in Ukraine on Friday. WAM
Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, has discussed with Ukraine's Foreign Minister, Dmytro Kuleba, a number of regional and international issues and the latest developments in Ukraine.
This came in a phone call, wherein Sheikh Abdullah reiterated the UAE's readiness to support all efforts made to find a peaceful solution to the dispute in Ukraine and to reach a political settlement to the crisis.
Sheikh Abdullah also stressed the UAE's firm commitment to providing the necessary humanitarian support and assistance to civilians affected by the crisis in Ukraine.
Sheikh Abdullah pointed to the need to strengthen efforts aimed to reach a ceasefire and intensify negotiations and dialogue between all parties concerned to find a political solution to this crisis.
The Arab League (AL) says the foreign ministers of Egypt, Algeria, Iraq, Jordan and Sudan met Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. Ahemd Aboul Gheit, Secretary-General of the Arab League, also joined the meeting.
"The UAE is supporting efforts to reach a political solution to the crisis and is keen to promote regional and international security and stability, along with its efforts to fulfill the humanitarian needs of affected civilians in Ukraine."
Meanwhile, Ukraine battled on Thursday to reconnect water and electricity services to millions of people cut off after Russia launched dozens of cruise missiles that battered Ukraine’s already crippled electricity grid.
“As the initiator and main instigator of the Ukrainian crisis, Washington, while imposing unprecedented comprehensive sanctions on Russia, continues to supply arms and military equipment to Ukraine,” Zhang was quoted as saying.
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