Egypt–United Arab Emirates relations

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Egypt–United Arab Emirates relations

Egypt

United Arab Emirates

Since after the war of UAE in 1971, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates relations were always at a good level and developing at an unprecedented rate. Egypt has an embassy in Abu Dhabi and consulate-general in Dubai while the UAE maintains an embassy in Cairo. The bond of friendship between the leaders of both countries has reflected on the growing political, economic and cultural ties between them, as a result UAE ranks first among Arab and foreign countries investing in Egypt.[1] UAE and Egypt maintain a close economic ties and maintain trade between the two countries with imports and exports between the two sides. The government of UAE by an order from Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan the President of UAE, gave Egypt cargo ships carrying 1,000,000 tonnes of wheat as a food gift to the people of Egypt.[2] The UAE supported the 2013 Egyptian coup d'état and has since become Egypt's closest ally.[3][4]

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