The United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom aimed to continue developing their partnership and enhance strategic dialogues.
As per the details, the UAE and the UK made a joint statement issued after the meeting of Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, and Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of Britain. Both sides agreed to improve cooperation in the areas of trade and investment, research and development, and climate change.
Moreover, they also agreed to strengthen both economies, including cooperation across areas such as life sciences, health care, future technologies, and digital innovation, renewable energy, space, infrastructure, education, tourism, food security, financial and professional services.
On the other hand, the UAE and the UK also emphasized the impact of the “Abraham Agreement” signed between the UAE and Israel, and the significance of finding peaceful solutions to the ongoing conflicts.
Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen will seek to break the deadlock over a post-Brexit trade deal on Saturday.
According to the international news agency, negotiators for the two sides called in the two leaders after saying “significant divergences” remained following a week of intensive talks.
Time to get a deal through is running out as the UK is likely to leave EU trading rules on 31 December.