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A UAE delegation travels to Tehran at the same time as the Vienna Talks
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A UAE delegation travels to Tehran at the same time as the Vienna Talks

The visit of the UAE delegation to Iran can be valuable and important as a positive step by the UAE to reduce barriers to cooperation between Tehran and Abu Dhabi, but the formation of this event in the middle of Iran's negotiations with the P4+1 also has hypertext messages.

NOURNEWS - Yesterday, a news item was released by UAE officials, which did not receive much attention in the midst of the high-profile news about the Vienna talks and its aftermath.

Anwar Gargash, the UAE Minister of Foreign Affairs, announced yesterday that a delegation from the United Arab Emirates will be sent to Iran soon to study relations between the two countries.

According to the information received by Nornews, the news announced by the UAE officials is related to the visit of a high-ranking delegation that will probably arrive in Tehran in the coming days with full authority to review and rebuild relations between the two countries and try to change the current situation.

Currently, important challenges are affecting the political, economic, and security relations, as well as the regional policies of the two countries, which naturally need to be discussed in depth.

Certainly, the principle of this trip can be valuable and important as a positive step by the UAE to reduce the existing obstacles in the development of cooperation between Tehran and Abu Dhabi, but the formation of this event in the middle of Iran-P4 + 1 talks can also have hypertext messages. .

Although reaching an agreement in the Vienna negotiations is considered more from an economic point of view, it is very clear that the "security gains" of a possible agreement, if not more than economic benefits, can at least be considered equivalent to economic propositions.

The United Arab Emirates, which has spent the past few years trying to position itself as a major player in the region at great financial and security cost, is now trying to stay in the cycle of possible economic and political interests, following the possible agreement, and become pioneer in this path.

A review of the UAE's foreign policy in recent years shows that the country has taken domain measures to pursue "creating cross-border security" with its direct and proxy roles in Yemen, Syria, Iraq, Libya, and Afghanistan, and its efforts to establish a foothold in Northeast Africa on the Red Sea coast.

Many experts on strategic issues believe that the UAE's move in this direction is not commensurate with the country's geopolitical and geo-strategic capabilities and could be a source of unforeseen threats to Abu Dhabi.

For a country with the characteristics of the UAE, whose main pillar of the economy is trade and attracting foreign investors, the issue of "sustainable security" is a prerequisite for any economic, commercial and political activity and therefore cannot ignore the role and influence of powerful regional actors.

Considering the friendly and warm relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran, which as one of the main regional powers, is a strong pillar of political, security, and economic developments in the region, shows the strategic intelligence of the UAE rulers that can serve the mutual interests of the two countries.

Taking this trip and discussing the important issues that will be discussed during the scheduled meetings for the UAE delegation could be the first step towards establishing a new and comprehensive relationship between the two countries.

BY: Pooya Mirzaei


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