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For the first time in four years: UAE National Security Adviser to visit Iran | Israel today

2021-12-05T13:10:31.785Z

Sheikh Tahanun bin Zayed al-Nahian will arrive in Tehran following an official invitation from Admiral Ali Shimkhani • The parties are expected to discuss the development and strengthening of bilateral ties between the two countries



The United Nations' national security adviser, Sheikh Tahanun bin Zayed al-Nahian, will visit Iran tomorrow (Monday) for the first time since 2016, when the country downgraded its diplomatic relations with Tehran.

This was reported by the Iranian news agency Isna.

According to the Iranian agency, the adviser will arrive in Tehran following an official invitation from Admiral Ali Shimkhani, secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council.

According to the report, the senior emirate will meet with Shimkhani during the visit, in addition to other Iranian officials.

It is also written that he is expected to discuss the development and tightening of bilateral ties and consult on the latest developments in the region.

Last month, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Ali Bakri visited the United Arab Emirates.

Tahanun bin Zayed is the brother of the regent of Abu Dhabi and one of the top officials in the UAE.

At the same time, Israel is closely following developments and expressing concern about this.

A senior political official told Israel Today, "The Emirates is on its way to play the Qatari game," referring to Qatar's good relations with the West - including the United States, as well as its excellent relations with Iran, the Muslim Brotherhood and extremist Islamic elements. The UAE's turn to Iran hung the senior Israeli official on American weakness.

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Source: israelhayom

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