British PM to journey to UAE Sunday after president’s dying

LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will fly to the UAE on Sunday to pay his condolences following the dying of President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Downing Avenue stated.
Johnson’s go to will even “reinforce the shut bond between the UK and United Arab Emirates,” the assertion stated.
These bonds “will proceed underneath the Presidency of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan,” it added.
Sheikh Mohammed was elected as president of the Gulf state on Saturday, official media in Abu Dhabi stated, a day after the dying of former chief Sheikh Khalifa on the age of 73.
In a press release on Friday, Johnson expressed his unhappiness on the Sheikh’s dying, calling him “a clever and revered chief who can be missed enormously.”
The British chief visited the Emirates in March throughout a tour of the Gulf area.
The earlier month Prince William, grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, attended the celebrations for the fiftieth anniversary of the muse of the previous British protectorate.
The 2 governments introduced in September that the UAE will make investments billions into the UK.
The five-year funding value £10 billion ($13.8 billion) will give attention to expertise, infrastructure and climate-focused power transition.


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