UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.
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UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan received a phone call from Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr on Friday (June 23).
During the call, the two leaders discussed various areas of cooperation between the UAE and the Philippines and explored opportunities to further develop bilateral relations aimed at boosting the sustainable development ambitions of both nations.
Sheikh Mohamed and Marcos also discussed a number of regional and international developments.
Marcos expressed his appreciation for the swift assistance provided by the UAE recently to those affected by the Mayon Volcano in the Albay province of the Philippines.
He commended the UAE’s humanitarian initiatives and its approach to solidarity and strengthening international action in times of crisis and providing urgent relief to countries and communities in times of need.
On June 12, the UAE sent a plane carrying 50 tonnes of food supplies and medicine to help thousands of people affected by the Mayon Volcano.
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