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Saqr Ghobash receives Chilean, Costa Rican ambassadors

Saqr Ghobash receives Chilean, Costa Rican ambassadors
15 May 2024 15:29

ABU DHABI (WAM)

Speaker of the Federal National Council (FNC), Saqr Ghobash, separately received Patricio Diaz Broughton, Ambassador of the Republic of Chile to the UAE, and Francisco Chacón Hernández, Ambassador of the Republic of Costa Rica to the UAE, at the council's headquarters in Abu Dhabi.

Notably, Secretary-General of the FNC, Dr. Omar Al Nuaimi, and Assistant Secretary-General for Council Presidency Affairs, Tariq Ahmed Al Marzouqi, also attended the meetings.

Ghobash and the ambassadors discussed ways of enhancing the cooperation between the UAE and the two friendly countries in various fields.

Additionally, they talked about ways of improving their bilateral relations and building strategic partnerships between the UAE and Chile, Costa Rica, and other South American countries across sectors of mutual interest.

These include the economy, investment, food security, renewable energy, innovation, modern technology, climate change mitigation, and sustainable development.

  • Saqr Ghobash receives Chilean, Costa Rican ambassadors

 


The aim is to achieve the aspirations of their governments and peoples for stability, prosperity, and sustainable growth.

Furthermore, Ghobash highlighted the importance of strengthening the parliamentary relations among all sides, calling for the establishment of mechanisms to enhance their parliamentary cooperation, exchange parliamentary information and expertise, and unify views and stances at various international parliamentary forums, such as the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) and the Latin American Parliament (Parlatino).

Additionally, he stressed the close parliamentary cooperation between the FNC and the Latin American and Caribbean Parliament, where the council has observer status.

The cooperation agreement between the FNC and the Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC) within the IPU, was signed in October 2014, he noted.

It is the first of its kind signed by an Arab country with GRULAC, reflecting the significant role it plays in the IPU and other parliamentary forums.

This agreement embodies the growing interests of the UAE and the group’s countries, grounded in shared principles and foundations for future collaboration, he said.

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