Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed meets GCC chief in Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi Crown Prince also meets ministers of interior and UAE's successful jiu-jitsu fighters
Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed met the Secretary-General of the GCC, in Abu Dhabi on Monday.
The Crown Prince Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces reviewed issues with Gulf Cooperation Council chief Dr Abdullatif Al Zayani, according to WAM, the UAE state media.
The GCC chief was attending the Conference of Tolerance, Moderation and Dialogue in Countering Extremism organised by the UAE's ministry of interior held at Al Bahr Palace.
Also on Monday, Sheikh Mohammed met the ministers of interior and representatives of the member countries of the International Security Alliance.
The alliance, which includes the UAE, France, Italy, Spain, Senegal, Bahrain, Morocco and Singapore, aims to strengthen the security and safety of its member countries. It also aims to promote their joint police efforts, co-ordination and mutual expertise in security and crime, and exchange opinions and advice on fighting organised crime.
Finally, Sheikh Mohammed met and congratulated the champions of UAE's Jiu-Jitsu national team at a special Sea Palace barza.
Sheikh Mohamed thanked the UAE institutions that support and sponsor jiu-jitsu, which has had a positive effect on the advancement and excellence of the sport and its development in the country.
Updated: March 5, 2018 10:44 PM