High praise where it’s due
UAE Ambassador to Belarus, Mohammed Abdullah Al Ghafli, completes his posting, receiving thanks from President of Belarus for his furthering of inter-state relations
The President praised the Ambassador’s activity during his work as head of mission, saying, “We’ve determined and outlined major areas for co-operation with the UAE. I’m so grateful to you for this; you’ll be a welcome guest in Belarus always. You may enter our country without any formalities. We’ll be pleased to see you.”
Mohammed Abdullah Al Ghafli is likely to transfer a good piece of advice to his successor on how to further develop interaction. Obviously, political dialogue is on the rise but much remains to be done from an economic point of view.
President Lukashenko expressed hope that the new ambassador of the UAE arriving in Belarus will continue to develop bilateral relations. The President noted that the existing turnover of $70m far from meets our potential, as the diplomat agrees. All grounds exist for increasing this figure many times.
The President assured his guest that Belarus can propose collaboration across various areas of interest to the United Arab Emirates, saying, “The main thing is to implement the roadmap we’ve worked out with the UAE leadership. I’m convinced that we’ll have the opportunity to see each other in the UAE. Leaders of your country can also visit Belarus.”
Mohammed Abdullah Al Ghafli thanked Alexander Lukashenko for his kind words and assured him that his country is working hard to implement the agreements reached by our leaders.