EMIRATES | Khalid Bin Mohamed Bin Zayed Meets With Singaporean Minister

ABU DHABI, UAE – H.H. Sheikh Khalid bin Mohamed Bin Zayed, Member of The Abu Dhabi Executive Council, and Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Executive Office, discussed today with S.Iswaran, Singaporean Minister for Communication and Information, how to develop strong bilateral relations, particularly in the areas of artificial intelligence and digital economy.

Sheikh Khalid expressed to the Singaporean minister that both sides look forward to enhancing the friendly 35-year relationship between Abu Dhabi and Singapore in all areas of shared interest.

Khalid bin Mohamed emphasized that common ground between the UAE and Singapore has always been a driver to build friendly bilateral relations between the two countries.

Sheikh Khalid cited high human values, the trend towards development, and the far-sighted vision to look for a better future as common traits between the late founding father Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, and Lee Kuan Yu, founder of the Singaporean Republic. He reiterated that these traits helped to build friendly bilateral relations between the two countries in the past.

Sheikh Khalid cited high human values, the trend towards development, and the far-sighted vision to look for a better future as common traits between the late founding father Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, and Lee Kuan Yu, founder of the Singaporean Republic. He reiterated that these traits helped to build and develop the two countries.

Khalid bin Mohamed also emphasized that both of the founding leaders, Sheikh Zayed and Lee, worked hard to drive progress in their countries and to create better living conditions, which is clearly evident today.

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