Emirati-Indian parliamentary committee to be set up soon
Discussing ways of promoting parliamentary cooperation between the UAE and India as part of the distinguished and growing strategic partnership the two countries, Dr Amal Abdullah Al Qubaisi, Speaker of the Federal National Council (FNC), and T.P. Seetharam, Indian Ambassador to the UAE, at the FNC’s headquarters in Abu Dhabi on Saturday decided to set up an Emirati-Indian Parliamentary Committee.
Dr Al Qubaisi during the meeting stressed the importance of activating parliamentary relations between the FNC and the Indian Parliament through the proposed committee, and by prompting parliamentary visits between the two sides. He that it is important for the two sides to continue to strengthen relations in all fields and achieve the required communication for parliamentary diplomacy, in addressing security and stability issues, and challenges facing the region.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the establishment of a friendly Emirati-Indian parliamentary committee, and highlighting existing areas of cooperation between the UAE and India in various political, economic, cultural and investment sectors, will be soon signed between the two countries.