Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed met US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in Washington on Tuesday to discuss security cooperation and strengthening diplomatic efforts to address regional conflicts as well as counter Iran’s influence.
Sheikh Mohammed, who also serves as Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, met with senior members of congress to discuss bilateral ties and the US President Donald Trump’s trip later this week to Riyadh for talks with Muslim heads of state and the GCC.
According to the UAE press agency WAM: “The meeting also witnessed deliberations on the current forms of partnership between the two countries, and their commitment to intensify efforts to fight terrorist and extremist organizations.
“They stressed the importance of expanding diplomatic measures to face the violent regional interferences in the affairs of the region’s countries and increased efforts to achieve stability in Libya, Yemen and Syria.”
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