• UAE official expected in Tehran on rare visit: media
    A senior Emirati security official is due in Iran on Monday, ISNA news agency reported, in the latest outreach between the two countries since a downgrading of ties five years ago. UAE National Security Adviser Sheikh Tahnoun bin Zayed Al-Nahyan "will arrive tomorrow in Tehran" at the invitation of secretary of Iran's National Security Council.

    It will be the first visit of an official from the United Arab Emirates to Iran since the Gulf state in 2016 downgraded ties with the Islamic republic

    That came after protesters attacked Saudi diplomatic missions in Iran following Saudi Arabia's execution of a revered Shiite cleric

  • Cross-sector deals boost Saudi-French ties

    Saudi Arabia and France signed a number of deals and MoUs across sectors like aviation, energy, tourism, and even outer space as President Emmanuel Macron visited.
  • A rare interview of Late HH Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan with Yasser Hawari a few years after the formation of the Federation in 1971 highlights the vision of the founder and first president of the UAE and the efforts it took to make the dream come true.
    The union amongst Emirates is just fine despite being a new experience for us. We did not adopt our neighbors’ experiences. We rather counted on our faith in our brethren rulers of the Emirates and in the importance of the union as a cordial solution to the problems of disintegration, Sheikh Zayed had said.
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  • QNB sees global economy recovering, despite bottlenecks
    The bank said it was confident that the global bottlenecks would continue to improve over the coming year. ‘We expect this to reduce the pressure currently being felt by global central banks, enabling them to keep interest rates lower for longer,’ it said.
  • Saudi Aramco, French companies sign five agreements
    “This partnership is a continuation of Aramco’s long-standing relationship with a number of leading French companies. It represents an opportunity to promote hydrogen as a low-carbon solution, not just for motorsport, but eventually for mass transportation as well,” Amin H. Nasser, Aramco President and CEO, said. “Such collaboration helps us to advance economic growth in...

    The agreement between Aramco and Gaussin aims to establish a modern manufacturing facility for on-road and off-road hydrogen powered vehicles in Saudi Arabia

    The signing took place during an event in Jeddah, organized by the Ministry of Investment to explore investment opportunities for French companies in the oil kingdom

  • US warns it will not let Iran ‘slow walk’ nuclear talks
    The seventh round of nuclear talks ended Friday after five days in Vienna, with delegations returning to their national capitals and expected to go back to Austria next week. Iran had paused the talks in June following the election of ultraconservative President Ebrahim Raisi.
  • Macron thanks Qatar for Afghan evacuations from Taliban
    A flight chartered by Paris flew out 258 Afghans who were ‘particularly threatened because of their activities, especially journalists, or because of their links to France, including former locally-recruited civilian personnel for our armies,’ France has said. The same flight carried 11 French nationals and about 60 from the Netherlands, along with dependents.

    Qatar has played a significant role both in diplomacy and evacuations at the end of a 20-year war in Afghanistan by Western nations

    ‘I thank Qatar for the role it has played since the start of the crisis,’ said Macron

  • Iran non-oil export reaches $27b in 7 months
    The deputy minister Mehdi Sadeqi Niaraki argued that production growth is one of the main strategies to develop the Islamic Republic, adding that the Statistical Centre of Iran and the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran have announced in a different report 5.5 percent and 6.1 percent production growth respectively.

    The country has allocated five billion dollars to remove obstacles in the way of exporting Iran-made products

    According to statistical reports, 15 out of 25 industrial fields have experienced growth and the home appliances industry has seen an 8 percent growth

  • Louvre Abu Dhabi license extended until 2047

    The Louvre Abu Dhabi's license has been extended by 10 years to 2047, the French presidency said Friday during a visit by Emmanuel Macron to the United Arab Emirates.
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