Headed by UAE, prepare for 37th meeting of interior ministers in GCC countries
The United Arab Emirates chaired the preparatory meeting for the secretaries of the interior ministries of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, to prepare for the 37th meeting of interior ministers in the GCC countries. During the meeting, a number of issues related to strengthening coordination and security cooperation between the Gulf Cooperation Council GCC countries were discussed.
The 37th meeting of interior ministers in the GCC countries
GCC countries agents of the Interior Ministries of cooperation are discussing strengthening security coordination
Lieutenant General Saif Abdullah Al Shafar, Undersecretary of the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Interior, Head of the Meeting, Head of the United Arab Emirates delegation, delivered a speech at the opening of the meeting which was held yesterday morning, through telecommunications technology, in which he welcomed the participants and conveyed to them the greetings of Lieutenant General His Highness Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, wishing him luck and success.
The GCC countries efforts
Lieutenant General Al-Shafar said: “The meeting is a continuation of the great efforts made by the Gulf Cooperation Council GCC countries to enhance cooperation and coordination between them in various security fields and review joint security action plans, especially in light of the rapid developments and changes taking place in our region and the world around us, pointing out that the meeting is considered an occasion to exchange views, and joint coordination in order to enhance efforts to combat the emerging coronavirus pandemic and to overcome it.
In conclusion, Lieutenant General Al-Shafar extended his thanks and appreciation to the security men in the Gulf Cooperation Council GCC countries who have made and are still making great efforts in implementing the precautionary measures to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic.
The topics on the agenda were also discussed, and recommendations were announced that would be submitted to the 37th meeting of Interior Ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries.