Ahmed Ali Al Sayegh, the Minister of State in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), recently held a meeting with Lord Tariq Ahmad of Wimbledon, the British Minister of State for Middle East, North Africa, South Asia, and United Nations. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss and further strengthen the bilateral relations between the UAE and the UK.
During the meeting, Al Sayegh expressed his appreciation for the ongoing bilateral cooperation between the two countries within the framework of the UAE-UK Partnership to Tackle Illicit Financial Flows. This partnership has been instrumental in addressing issues related to money laundering and organized crime, resulting in positive and productive outcomes.
Both ministers emphasized their eagerness to explore new areas of collaboration that align with their mutual interests. They also reiterated their commitment to enhancing the existing bilateral ties between the UAE and the UK. The meeting served as an opportunity to reaffirm the importance of continued cooperation and dialogue between the two nations.
The discussions held between the UAE and UK ministers reflect the shared goal of fostering a strong and fruitful relationship between the two countries. As both nations look towards the future, they remain dedicated to identifying new avenues for cooperation that will benefit their respective economies and strengthen their strategic partnership.