Abu Dhabi: The UAE and Brazil held high level talks to deliberate investment in energy, agriculture and infrastructure during a conference of His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, at Qasr Al Watan.
The two leaders deliberated bilateral relations and avenues to reinforce them in investment, economic and developmental regions, with a focus on energy, agriculture, infrastructure, transportation, innovation and artificial intelligence.
Shaikh Mohammad and Bolsonaro shared observations about the latest regional and international developments, particularly the situation in the Gulf region and the Middle East, as well as subjects of common interest.
Shaikh Mohammad greeted the Brazilian President and expressed hope that his visit would give an optimistic boost to the Emirati-Brazilian relations across numerous arenas. He highlighted the UAE’s intense interest in bolstering its ties with Brazil, particularly in trade, agriculture and energy, between others, citing that the UAE is Brazil’s third Arab trade companion.
The two leaderships are pursuing to increase the volume of trade among the two countries over the coming period. Brazil is a vital country at the political and economic levels, and has its weight in its regional and worldwide surroundings, stated Shaikh Mohammad. He additionally said that Brazil gains great position within the UAE’s strategy aiming to broaden its associations with Latin American countries and strengthen cooperation with them in numerous fields.
Shaikh Mohammad admired the Brazilian Parliament Brazilian for holding a singular parliamentary session last month, in celebration of the Year of Tolerance, through which the parliamentarians hailed the UAE’s role in endorsing the values of tolerance.