Wednesday, April 27, 2022 – 14:04
ABU DHABI, April 27 / WAM / HH Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, received at the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi a delegation from the Abrahamic Peace Agreement, including evangelical leaders, businessmen and the media.
His Highness and the delegation of evangelical leaders led by Joel Rosenberg reviewed a number of important files and issues, including tolerance and peaceful coexistence, and the importance of spreading these high values throughout the world.
They also exchanged views on the importance of the Abrahamic Peace Agreement in opening up broader horizons to achieve peace in the region and seize the opportunities that exist to strengthen joint cooperation in all areas.
His Highness Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan welcomed the delegation of the Abrahamic Peace Agreement from evangelical leaders and stressed the importance of strengthening joint efforts to take advantage of the opportunities available to achieve development and sustainable development for the people of the region.
His Highness also stressed that peace leads to stability, development and the building of societies based on the values of tolerance, coexistence and human brotherhood, noting that the UAE is eager to work with its brothers and friends in the region and the world to achieve these noble goals and consolidate peace, security and stability in the region.
His Highness praised the role played by the Ibrahimi Peace Agreement delegation from the evangelical leaders in emphasizing the promising opportunities available to the Abrahamic Contracting States for cooperation and partnership for a future full of stability and development for their people.
The members of the delegation, for their part, emphasized the leading position of the United Arab Emirates as a global beacon of tolerance, coexistence and human brotherhood, and praised the excellent and important efforts made by the state to achieve peace, security and stability in the region.
WAM / Ahmed Jamal / Mohamed Nabil / Mustafa Badr El-Din