Mohamed bin Zayed, Bill Gates discuss covid fight

DG Staff

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed and Bill Gates are both known for their commitment to improving health across the world (File)

ABU DHABI 14 May 2021: His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, received a call yesterday from Bill Gates, Co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Bill Gates congratulated Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed on the occasion of Eid Al Fitr and expressed his wishes of further progress and prosperity to the people of the UAE.

During the call, they discussed ways to enhance cooperation to step-up response to Covid-19, particularly in poor communities. They empahsised the need to strengthen collective efforts to ensure fair access to the vaccines across the world, as an important step to reach global recovery, said Wam.

Sheikh Mohamed thanked Bill Gates for his Eid greetings and underlined the UAE’s position, calling for global collaboration and solidarity to contain Covid-19 pandemic and mitigate its impacts.

Bill Gates lauded the UAE’s humanitarian role in helping many countries of the world, either by providing logistical support to deliver the vaccines or by supporting the concerned international organisations.

He also praised the UAE’s efficient approach in addressing Covid-19 by adopting strict, world class preventive measures since the start of the pandemic and through the commitment demonstrated by the Emirati community in adhering to the precautionary measures to contain its spread.


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