DUBAI: Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman arived in the United Arab Emirates on Wednesday for an official visit.
The crown prince was met by Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan on arrival. The two leaders are expected to discuss regional issues and bilateral relations.
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He headed the Saudi delegation at the second meeting of the Saudi-Emirati Coordination Council.
“Relations between Saudi Arabia and the UAE have been characterized by dealing with difficult issues in a smooth manner, especially considering the political and ideological volatility in the region,” a joint statement issued by both sides of the Saudi-Emirati Coordination Council said on Wednesday.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan said that he and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman witnessed the exchange of four MoUs and reviewed seven strategic initiatives during a Saudi-Emirati Coordination Council meeting on Wednesday. The MoUs that were signed were in the fields of health, culture, space, and food.
Mohammed bin Salman and I witnessed the exchange of 4 MoUs and reviewed 7 strategic initiatives during a Saudi-Emirati Coordination Council meeting. pic.twitter.com/xGqrAudQaS
— محمد بن زايد (@MohamedBinZayed) November 27, 2019
Crown Prince Mohammed said that the Kingdom's relationship with the UAE is based on cooperation and common policies towards events in the region, and that the strong relations between the two countries are built on solid foundations.
The Saudi crown prince’s last visit to the UAE was in November 2018 as part of a wider regional tour of several Arab countries.
Crown Prince Mohammed was driven to Abu Dhabi's presidential palace Qasr Al-Watan through the city where the streets were lined with Saudi and Emirati flags.
As his motorcade arrived at the palace it was greeted by a calvacade that escorted them towards the entrance.
Inside the palace, the crown princes listened to their national anthems and inspected the guard of honour.