In one day UAE Prez meets Afghani, Qatari and Israeli heads: Experts applaud his vision for Peace


Dubai — In a single day, UAE’s president Mohammed Bin Zayed known as MBZ met heads of three countries Afghanistan, Qatar and Israel. Political experts like Amjad Taha have applauded his vision for peace and stability. 

UK-based strategic political affairs expert Taha tweeted, “All in a day. Unmatched leadership. MbZ meets with Afghan minister; arrives in Qatar; welcomes Israeli president to the UAE. HH MbZ overcomes divisions in the region, advances regional peace, and creates a better future. Others watch and learn”.

UAE-based Political commentator Hassan Sajwani said, “Truly, the world needs to learn from MbZ”.

British Broadcaster Jonny Gould commented, “This is robust and positive foreign policy in action”.

Pakistan-based political expert Ahmed Quraishi appreciated Taha’s tweet and said, “Excellent Observation”.

New York-based Social Media Influencer Dr. Islam Mohammed said, “The Arabs must return to a union because we have been one hand throughout the ages and we did not differ in any case, a wonderful start from Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed and an initiative towards peace that will not be disturbed by anything after that, we are the Arabs”.

MBZ is the third president of UAE and the ruler of Abu Dhabi. He is highly regarded leader whose visionary policies are applauded throughout the Middle-East region. 

In the current times, UAE plays a significant role in building bridges and formulating peace — one of the key achievements is Abraham Accords with Israel. 

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