Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, on Tuesday received a telephone call from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau…reports Asian Lite News
During the call, they discussed bilateral relations and the prospects of enhancing cooperation to serve their common interests.
The two leaders reviewed a number of regional and international issues of interest, with special emphasis on the latest developments of the Ukrainian crisis and ways to contain its repercussions on the humanitarian and economic levels.
Trudeau lauded the humanitarian support provided by the UAE to the affected civilians in Ukraine. He also congratulated Sheikh Mohamed on the remarkable success of Expo 2020 Dubai.
In March, Canada celebrated its Honour Day at Expo 2020 Dubai with unique cultural performances and fun activities hosted by the pavilion.
On the sidelines of the celebrations, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Mary Simon, the Governor- General of Canada, discussed ways to expand bilateral relations and promote greater business, trade and investment cooperation in various sectors.
Both sides explored new avenues to establish partnerships and expand ties using the Expo 2020 platform. The discussions touched on the exceptional opportunities that Expo 2020 Dubai provides countries across the world to identify productive cooperation that can serve the people of their countries and create a better future for all of humanity.
The Governor General of Canada commended the exceptional organisation of Expo 2020 Dubai, noting that the country’s participation under the theme ‘The Future in Mind’ has enabled it to showcase its culture and economic opportunities to the world. Canada’s pavilion features an immersive journey through its past, present and future, and invites visitors to discover the values that drive a spirit of innovation and collaboration.