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  • Name: Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan
  • Prefix: H.H. Sheikh
  • Given Name: Abdullah bin Zayed Al
  • Surname: Nahyan
  • Suffix: Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Sex: M
  • Change Date: 20 JUN 2011
  • Note:

    Mohammed bin Zayed and Abdullah bin Zayed meet with Hillary Clinton, 9 Jun 2011.


    Abdullah opens UAE Pavilion at International Art Exhibit, 1 Jun 2011


    26 Jun 2010, WAM, Foreign Minister meets Russian counterpart

    25 Sep 2009: Abdullah Bin Zayed continues meetings in New York

    UAE seeks unified Arab response

    Abdullah bin Zayed attends Midnight Mass in Bethlehem, Dec 25, 2008 - 01:32


    17 Nov 2008: Includes Abdullah bin Zayed, Mohammed bin Zayed, Pres. Bush, Condi Rice at Camp David

    The full Text of H.H. Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed's Speech to the UN in NY, 2008


    September 2008

    Pictures



    Dignitaries depart after attending wedding celebrations
    Mar 20, 2002 - 12:00 -
    Abu Dhabi, March 20,2002(WAM)--Kuwaiti Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmed Al Sabah, left today after attending the wedding ceremony of Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Information and Culture. He was seen off at the airport by Rashid Abdullah, Minister of Foreign Affairs. H.H Tariq As'ad , Representative of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos of Oman and Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Thani, Qatari Deputy Prime Minister also left the country after attending the wedding celebrations. WAM/MA

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  • Birth: 30 APR 1972 in Abu Dhabi, Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
  • Death:



    Father: Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan b: 1918 in Al Ain, Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
    Mother: Fatima bint Mubarak Al Ketbi

    Marriage 1 Alyaziya bint Saif bin Mohammed Al Nahyan
      Children
      1. Has No Children Fatima bint Abdullah bin Zayed al Nahyan
      2. Has No Children Mohammed bin Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan
      3. Has No Children Zayed bin Abdullah bin Zayed al Nahyan

      Sources:
      1. Abbrev: Wikipedia
        Title: Wikipedia
      2. Abbrev: Family Search
        Title: Family Search
        Text:
      3. Abbrev: Internet
        Title: Internet
        Page: 2008 Apr
        Text: Abdullah bin Zayed receives Minister of Foreign Affairs of Portugal
      4. Abbrev: Internet
        Title: Internet
        Page: 2008 Apr 22
        Note: UAE Government releases policy on Development of Peaceful Nuclear Energy
        Text:
        MOU/UAE/United States/Nuclear Energy22 Ap
      5. Abbrev: Internet
        Title: Internet
        Page: 2008 May 12
        Text: Abdullah bin Zayed receives and Indian External Affairs Minister
      6. Abbrev: Internet
        Title: Internet
        Page: 2002 Mar 20
        Text: Kuwait's FM to attend Abdullah's wedding
        Mar 20, 2002 - 12:00 -
        Abu Dhabi, Mar. 20, 2002 (WAM) -- Kuwaiti Deputy Premier and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmed Al Sabah arrived here today the wedding ceremony of Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Information and Culture. The Kuwaiti top official will also watch the finale of the camel race festival. He was welcomed at the airport by Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and a number of sheikhs, ministers and senior officials, and Kuwaiti ambassador Abdullah Al Duwaikh. WAM/TF
      7. Abbrev: Internet
        Title: Internet
        Page: 2008 Dec 28
        Text: Abdullah bin Zayed attends Midnight Mass in Bethlehem

        Dec 25, 2008 - 01:32

        WAM Jerusalem, Dec. 25, 2008 (WAM) -- Foreign Minister, H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, joined Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas and Palestinian Prime Minister, Dr. Sallam Fayyad, to attend the Midnight Mass at the Church of Nativity here in the West Bank town of Bethlehem, to mark the Christmas for all the various Christian denominations.

        The Midnight Mass was also attended by a large number of dignitaries, including senior officials of the Palestinian Liberation Organisation (PLO), Palestinian ministers and officials, and members of the diplomatic and consular corps at the Palestinian National Authority.

        The Christmas Midnight Mass was led by the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, Fouad Twal, who, in his sermon, warmly welcomed all the guests, the pilgrims, President Abbas and Sheikh Abdullah, wishing them Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year with peace, stability and safety for all.

        He said peace is a right for all peoples of the world and is the best solution for all disputes and conflicts. "...War never leads to peace nor do prisons bring stability. No matter how long the wall, it can never ensure safety... Neither the victorious invader nor the vanquished struggler in the Holy Land shall enjoy peace..., because peace is a gift from God and it is only God who grants peace," he stated in the sermon.

        He pointed out that the Palestinian people "need calm, need quietness, need peace and need childhood" and prayed to God to let tolerance flourish among nations, individuals and families.

        Sheikh Abdullah last night joined President Abbas and other senior Palestinian officials in a Christmas dinner held at the Franciscan. "I wish to congratulate you all on this happy occasion. I wish you Merry Christmas. We are happy to have in our midst a guest from a generous country, H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan," President Abbas said to a toast.

        "Our guests are here in their second home, Palestine, the country of Bethlehem, the birth place of Jesus Christ, to join us celebrate this happy occasion," he added and prayed to Allah for more of this happy occasion. He also prayed to Allah to grant the country security, peace and stability.

        After the dinner, Sheikh Abdullah went to the Nativity Square where a number of foreign bands performed in a colourful ceremony to mark the Christmas and show solidarity with the Palestinian people.

        Sheikh Abdullah expressed profound happiness for being part of the occasion . "The UAE government and people are all with the Palestinian people. We support you and Abu Mazin..," he said. "I feel happy to be here in Palestine with our people to celebrate the Christmas," he added.

        Sheikh Abdullah was accompanied on the tour by Secretary General of the PLO Executive Committee, Yasser Abed Rabo and Palestinian businessman, Munib Al-Masry.

        Abed Rabo praised the UAE for its continuous support for the Palestinian people and described Sheikh Abdullah's visit as "very important" and that it reflects the fraternal ties between the peoples of the UAE and Palestine.

        WAM/SA
      8. Abbrev: Internet
        Title: Internet
        Page: 2009 Jan 16
        Text: The United Arab Emirates and the United States Sign Bilateral Agreement for Peaceful Nuclear Energy Cooperation
        Jan 16, 2009 - 11:42 -
        WAM WASHINGTON D.C., Jan. 16th, 2009: His Highness Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, Foreign Minister of the United Arab Emirates, and United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice today signed a bilateral agreement for peaceful nuclear cooperation that enhances international standards of nuclear non-proliferation, safety and security.

        Known as a "123 Agreement," after Section 123 of the US Atomic Energy Act, the new pact establishes a required legal framework for commerce in civilian nuclear energy between the two countries.

        "This agreement will benefit both of our countries, and is another example of the strong relationship between the United States and the United Arab Emirates," said Sheikh Abdullah. "Under the terms of this agreement, the UAE will gain access to significant capabilities and experience in the peaceful use of nuclear energy. This will allow the UAE to develop its civilian nuclear program to the highest standards of safety, security and non proliferation. The agreement will also open opportunities for US firms to be active participants in the UAE nuclear energy program." The 123 Agreement follows the April 2008 signing of a Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation in peaceful uses of nuclear energy between the two countries.

        The UAE released a detailed policy document on the evaluation and potential development of peaceful nuclear energy in April of last year.

        The UAE policy is based on the principles of complete operational transparency and the highest standards of safety, security and non-proliferation. The policy was developed following a study that projected massive increases in demand for electricity in the coming decades. The study determined that nuclear energy is a viable and compelling option for meeting the UAE's future electricity demand.

        These policy commitments include a pledge to forego any domestic fuel enrichment or reprocessing capability, in favour of long-term external fuel supply arrangements.

        Additionally, the UAE policy calls for close and continuous coordination with the International Atomic Energy Agency, as well as cooperation with the governments and firms of responsible nuclear supplier nations, including the United States.

        The agreement signed today reflects the UAE's policy commitments and exceeds all of the guarantees and controls requirements of Section 123 of the US Atomic Energy Act. Various international experts have called the UAE's program the "gold standard" approach to civil nuclear power development. Once signed, the executive branch forwards the agreement to the US Congress for review.

        ** Additional Background: UAE and the Nonproliferation Regime: The UAE joined the Nonproliferation Treaty in 1996, is an International Atomic Energy Agency member, and cooperates with the Missile Technology Control Regime. The UAE is a partner-nation on the Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism and a signatory to the Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI), which is aimed at stopping shipments of weapons of mass destruction, their delivery systems, and related materials worldwide.

        The UAE supports the establishment of an international nuclear fuel bank under the auspices of the IAEA, as proposed by the Nuclear Threat Initiative. The goal of this international fuel bank is to help make nuclear fuel supplies from the international market more secure, by offering customer states in full compliance with their nonproliferation obligations reliable access to a nuclear fuel reserve under impartial IAEA control should their supply arrangements be disrupted. Financial commitments to the initiative have been made by the UAE, the United States, Norway and the European Union.

        UAE Electricity Needs: The UAE has a critical need for new, clean, reliable sources of electricity. The national annual peak demand for electricity is calculated to more than double to 40,000 megawatts by 2020. Current, committed capacity can meet only half of this. After studying all viable forms of power generation, the UAE has determined that nuclear energy could make a significant contribution to meeting the electricity requirements of the UAE. As part of a diversified portfolio of power-generation assets, including renewable and traditional hydrocarbon energy sources, nuclear energy would free additional UAE hydrocarbon resources for the global market, reduce the UAE's carbon footprint, assist in meeting the nation's sustainability requirements, and provide a high degree of energy security for the UAE.

        123 Agreement: A '123 Agreement' refers to Section 123 of the U.S.

        Atomic Energy Act of 1954, which will provide the legal framework for peaceful nuclear energy commerce between the UAE and the US. The US has more than twenty such agreements in place including with Egypt and Morocco.
      9. Abbrev: Internet
        Title: Internet
        Page: 2009 Apr 08
        Text:
        HH Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al Nahyan and Hilary Clinton.
      10. Abbrev: Internet
        Title: Internet
        Page: 2009 May 25
        Text: WAM 25 May 2009
        Abdullah bin Zayed, Kouchner openMaritime Security Cooperation Conference.


        WAM 25 May 2009
        Abdullah bin Zayed meets Palestinian President.
      11. Abbrev: Internet
        Title: Internet
        Page: 2009 May 26
        Text: UAE, France sign a number of agreements in presenc of Khalifa and sarkozy
      12. Abbrev: Internet
        Title: Internet
        Page: 2009 Jun 30
        Text: Abdullah bin Zayed greets Iraqi people on withdrawal of US Army from Iraqi cities

        Jun 30, 2009 - 04:32 -

        WAM Abu Dhabi, Jun 30th, 2009 (WAM)--UAE Foreign Minister HH Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan has congratulated Iraqi leadership and people on the withdrawal of the US Armed Forces from the Iraqi cities, wishing stability and security to Iraq amid current developmental and reconstruction efforts.

        Sheikh Abdullah lauded strength of the bilateral relations between the UAE and Iraq in all fields.

        He reiterated that the UAE backs Iraq, citing the decision of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, on writing off the debts of Iraq and resumption of the UAE-Iraq relations, adding that the UAE was one of the first countries to send its ambassador to Baghdad.

        The UAE minister said the UAE was keen on safeguarding unity, security, stability and non interference in Iraq's internal affairs.

        WAM/MN
      13. Abbrev: Internet
        Title: Internet
        Page: 2009 Aug 15
        Note:
        Text: President of China receives Mohammed bin Zayed
      14. Abbrev: Internet
        Title: Internet
        Page: 2009 Aug 15
        Text: Oil pact is centrepiece of China trip,
        Mahmoud Habboush, August 15. 2009

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