UAE team players pose at the airport before their departure for Doha.
The Gulf Cup begins in Doha on Tuesday when Qatar faces Iraq at Doha's Khalifa Stadium at 1630 GMT in the tournament opener.
The UAE will face Yemen two hours later, while Qatar will not face any of the nations enforcing the embargo until its group-stage clash with the UAE on Dec.2.
The match will be closely watched for the behaviour of both the home support as well as any visiting fans.
Iraq, Kuwait, Oman and Yemen will also vie for the cup at the tournament which wraps up on Dec.8.
Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain announced earlier this month they would contest the 24th Arabian Gulf title despite their boycott of Qatar since June 2017.
Advertising for the Cup dotted around Doha was quickly updated to include the flags of the three newly added competitors.
"Welcome to Qatar," the Qatar Football Association tweeted on Monday along with a heart emoji and a welcome video of the Emirati team arriving in Doha.
An official from the Cairo-based Arab League is to visit Doha for a conference during the tournament.
The boycotting countries had refused to participate in the previous Gulf Cup two years ago, which was originally scheduled to be held in Qatar just a few months after the crisis erupted.
But they took part when the tournament was subsequently moved to Kuwait.
The two sides discussed joint mechanisms and procedures to implement the Al Ula Declaration and underscored the importance of preserving Gulf unity, developing joint action in the interest of Gulf Cooperation Council countries and their citizens, and achieving stability and prosperity in the region.
Leaders will discuss a number of important topics to enhance the process of cooperation and integration among the member states, says Al Zayani.
The UAE maintained solid defence, which the Yemenis failed to thwart despite couple of attempts.
Warner smashed 64 off 42 balls and Finch hit 37 off 23 deliveries as Australia romped to 155-3 in 17 overs for its second successive win in Group 1. Australia, which defeated South Africa in the first game, joined England at the top of the group.
"If India comes in the final, then it would be very good for the International Cricket Council, fans around the world and for world cricket," he said. "That will bring the two countries closer. For me, it should be a win for love and defeat for hate."
Shoaib refused on Thursday to appear before the inquiry committee formed to investigate the heated exchange between him and anchorperson Dr Nauman Niaz during a live telecast on PTV Sports two days ago.
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed congratulated them and all athletes in the country, wishing them success in achieving more championships and titles to be added to the UAE's record of achievements in various sports.