The president of the United Arab Emirates, the second-biggest Arab economy, is in stable condition after having a stroke, according to state-run WAM news agency.
A stroke suffered by the president of the United Arab Emirates may cement a process that has already seen his brother assume greater responsibility in running the oil-rich nation.
On a snowy morning in the middle of February, Tony Blair, looking trim from his four- to five-times- a-week workout regime, is sipping coffee in his office in London’s Mayfair district.
The United Arab Emirates’ Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan said his country stands with Bahrain’s government, which for days has been facing popular protest, Khaleej Times reported.
Abu Dhabi, the oil-rich Gulf Arab emirate, reshuffled its cabinet or Executive Council , naming the ruler’s half brother Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan as vice chairman.
"Global economic growth will increasingly be sourced from emerging economies."
- Al Nahyan on Jun 30, 2014