Paris: UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan visited the Palais Bourbon in Paris, the seat of the French National Assembly.
He was received by Yael Braun-Pivet, the President of the French National Assembly, and several other officials, WAM news agency reported.
He discussed common areas of interest between the UAE and France, noting an interest in continuing to build the deep, collaborative relationship that developed through several decades of partnership � through shared values of peaceful coexistence and intercultural dialogues.
The meeting came on the second day of the UAE President’s state visit to France, during which both the nations explored partnerships and collaborations in several areas including energy and sustainability, advanced technology, education, and culture.
Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan signed the Palais Bourbon visitors log, writing, “I was pleased to visit the French National Assembly. We emphasise the importance of parliamentary relations as an important pillar of our close ties and one of the main tributaries for enriching the common and friendly interests between our two nations. We are keen to build upon this to further serve the needs of our people.”
He was accompanied by a number of members of the official delegation accompanying him during the visit.