UAE President Arrive In France For Official State Visit

by Deeplata Garde
UAE President Arrive In France For Official State Visit

A formal welcome ceremony for Sheikh Mohamed was held in ParisOn Monday, during Emmanuel Macron’s first state visit, President Sheikh Mohamed met with him. The meeting was to strengthen the ties between the UAE and France. On a bright and beautiful day in Paris, the leader of the UAE enthusiastically greeted the French President. He referred to Mr Macron as a friend and his nation as being one of the Emirates’ closest allies.

Reviewing Of Agreements Between The Both Leaders

The UAE and France have long-standing partnerships and collaborations in the areas of investment, economic growth, intercultural, scientific innovation, cutting-edge technology, prospective energy, food security, and climate change. During a private lunch, the two leaders evaluated new agreements that build on those relationships.


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In recent years, Mr Macron has made the Middle East a top priority.

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The Cordial Ties Between France & Middle East

Sheikh Mohamed received the Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor from President Macron. The prestigious award awarded by the UAE, the Order of Zayed, was given to President Macron by Sheikh Mohamed.

The day had earlier started with Sheikh Mohamed and a group of ministers and top officials visiting the famed Les Invalides complex, which houses the Military Museum.

He went to the Dome des Invalides, where Napoleon Bonaparte’s mausoleum is located.

The choice of France for Sheikh Mohamed’s first state visit was extremely significant and a testament to the close ties that exist between the two nations and their leaders.

A deal in the energy sector seems anticipated to reach during the two-day trip.There might be another deal with the creation of a corporate council happening between France and the United Arab Emirates.

Emirati flags were flown in the streets near the palaces on Monday.

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