President Bola Tinubu is set to embark on a diplomatic mission to Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), following his departure from New Delhi, India. This mission comes in the wake of a successful participation in a G20 meeting in New Delhi, where he engaged with world leaders to strengthen global economic ties.
During his stopover in Abu Dhabi, President Tinubu will engage in crucial discussions with the leadership of the UAE. These talks aim to further enhance and fortify the diplomatic relations between Nigeria and the UAE. They will build upon the positive conversations initiated during a recent visit by the UAE Ambassador to the President at the State House in Abuja.
The agenda for this meeting is to address specific and significant issues within the bilateral relationship, emphasizing areas of mutual interest and cooperation. Additionally, the President plans to leverage this opportunity to advance his objectives for promoting investments in Nigeria. He will engage with high-level authorities in both the public and private sectors of the United Arab Emirates to explore potential avenues for investment and collaboration.
Having recently achieved success in promoting investments on the sidelines of the G-20 Summit and actively participating in the summit itself, President Tinubu is expected to return to Abuja following this bilateral engagement. This diplomatic mission underscores Nigeria’s commitment to fostering positive relations with its international partners while seeking opportunities for economic growth and cooperation.