Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed and Wavel Ramkalawan receive guard of honour at the State House in Victoria on Friday. WAM
President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan discussed with Wavel Ramkalawan, President of the Republic of Seychelles, the various aspects of bilateral relations and the means to strengthen and develop them in light of the development priorities of the two friendly countries, especially in trade, investment, tourism, and other sectors.
This was stated during a reception by Ramkalawan to Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed at the State House in Victoria, on Friday.
Mohamed Bin Zayed being received by Wavel Ramkalawan. WAM
At the beginning of the meeting, Wavel Ramkalawan welcomed Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed and the accompanying delegation. He praised the UAE's strong support to his country in many developmental areas and the assistance provided to Seychelles during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sheikh Mohamed expressed his appreciation for the warm welcome and hospitality, highlighting the friendly relations between the UAE and Seychelles and the progress it is making in various vital fields for the benefit of the two countries and their people.
The two leaders wished continued progress and prosperity for their two nations and prayed Allah Almighty would grant the Islamic peoples and the peoples of the whole world more security and stability.
During a phone call, Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed congratulated King Abdullah II on the successful surgery he underwent recently, wishing him a speedy recovery and return to the Kingdom to continue the development process in the country.
Mohamed Bin Zayed pointed to the UAE’s investment of more than $50 billion in renewable energy projects across 40 countries and plans to invest an additional $50 billion over the next decade.
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