New York – Bahrain’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Abdullatif bin Rashid Al-Zayani, recently engaged in talks with the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, on the sidelines of the 78th Session of the UN General Assembly.
The meeting aimed to strengthen Bahrain’s collaboration with the UN and its agencies, covering a range of topics of mutual interest. The state news agency, BNA, reported on Sunday about the discussions between Al-Zayani and Guterres.
During the meeting, Secretary-General Guterres expressed gratitude to Bahrain for its continuous support of the United Nations. He commended the kingdom’s efforts in developing a sustainable economy and wished Bahrain further prosperity. The UN Secretary-General’s acknowledgment of Bahrain’s commitment to the organization underscores the significance of the country’s contributions in promoting global stability and sustainable development.
Minister Al-Zayani and Secretary-General Guterres engaged in fruitful discussions on Bahrain’s cooperation with the United Nations and its various agencies. The talks provided an opportunity to explore areas of collaboration and exchange views on matters of common interest. By actively participating in UN initiatives and partnerships, Bahrain aims to contribute to the global agenda and work towards shared goals.
Bahrain’s commitment to international cooperation and engagement with the United Nations reflects the kingdom’s dedication to promoting peace, stability, and sustainable development on a global scale. The meeting between Minister Al-Zayani and Secretary-General Guterres signifies the importance of fostering strong relationships between Bahrain and the UN, consolidating efforts to address pressing global challenges and advance the well-being of nations worldwide.