UAE renews its tolerance and interfaith dialogue commitment

The United Arab Emirates has renewed its commitment to promoting tolerance and interfaith dialogue commitment, as well as supporting regional stability in the Middle East and North Africa region.

UAE tolerance and interfaith dialogue commitment

Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed chairs the UAE delegation to the United Nations General Assembly

The United Arab Emirates indicated, in a statement, its firm tolerance and interfaith dialogue commitment to global cooperation, and set the seven goals that it will focus on during its participation in the work of the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly.

The goals of UAE tolerance and interfaith dialogue commitment

The UAE tolerance and interfaith dialogue commitment includes

  1. Acting as a global citizen responsible for helping the most vulnerable in facing the COVID-19 virus.
  2. Confronting climate change by mitigating and adapting to its impacts.
  3. Supporting women’s empowerment.
  4. Investing in the sustainable development goals.
  5. Encouraging innovation and preparing for the future.

The United Arab Emirates stressed its strong support for the multilateral approach based on achieving results that serve humanity, whether it is about continuing to provide the necessary support to confront the Coronavirus, or confront nuclear proliferation and combat terrorism and extremism, through its tolerance and interfaith dialogue commitment.

UAE participates in the General Assembly

Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation will lead the United Arab Emirates delegation to the seventy-fifth session of the United Nations General Assembly, and on September 29 he will deliver a video call before the General Assembly to asure the United Arab Emirates tolerance and interfaith dialogue commitment.

The United Arab Emirates delegation will participate in the General Assembly of the United Nations in the discussions that will be held by the Member States, United Nations officials and other stakeholders on the current status of multilateral work, the challenges facing it, and ways to achieve progress, through the United Arab Emirates tolerance and interfaith dialogue commitment.

Source: WAM
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