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Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi received a letter from the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, which included the desire of the UAE to expand relations with Iraq. On Thursday, Abadi met with UAE Ambassador Hassan Ahmed Al Shehhi. During the meeting, they discussed bilateral and international efforts to eliminate terrorism, according to a statement by the Prime Minister's Office.
He also conveyed a written message from Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, praising the sacrifices made by the Iraqi people and armed forces and the UAE's desire to strengthen bilateral cooperation. Between the two countries and continue efforts to coordinate and cooperate regionally and internationally. "
In a related context, the Prime Minister, on Friday, Jan Kubic, head of the United Nations Mission in Iraq.
A statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office said that the meeting discussed security, political and economic developments in Iraq, regional situations and the war on terror.
"The meeting discussed the preparations and coordination to support the efforts of Iraq during the annual meetings of the United Nations General Assembly, and progress in the file of community reconciliation."
In turn, Kubic stressed "the position of the United Nations supporting the unity of Iraq and its federal democratic system and its opposition to weaken this unity and divide Iraq."
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