Israel's participation in the Grand Prix of Tunis and the Grand Slam competition in Abu Dhabi were canceled after Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates refused to participate if Israel participated and played its national anthem in these two competitions.
The decision to cancel was made by the International Judo Federation as a bias against Israel, and was welcomed by Israeli Sports Minister Miri Regev (Likud), calling it "courageous" for the president of the union, Mariusz Fezer.
To raise the issue of the sovereign airspace of the provinces with Qatar to the International Court of Justice
The boycotting states of Qatar, namely Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt, decided to raise the issue of the sovereign airspace of the four Arab countries with Qatar and the view within the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to the International Court of Justice (ICJ).
The ICAO Council considered two requests submitted by the State of Qatar to the Council requesting the activation of Article 84 of the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago 1944) on the Settlement of Dispute On the interpretation and application of the Chicago Convention and its annexes with Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Arab Republic of Egypt, in particular the closure of the four sovereign airspace of the Arab States in front of the aircraft registered in the State of Qatar, as well as preventing them from landing and taking off from the airports of the four Arab countries. Activation of the second item of Article II concerning the settlement of the dispute over the interpretation and application of the "International Transit Services Agreement" against the United Arab Emirates, the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Arab Republic of Egypt.
The UAE Cabinet chaired by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, adopted a number of strategic decisions to consolidate the competitiveness of the business environment in the country, including the abolition of the mandatory bank guarantee for the recruitment of workers, AED Bank guarantees for the business sector.
According to the UAE news agency, the new system will allow the facilities to recover approximately 14 billion dirhams representing the value of current guarantees paid by employers, which will enable them to invest these amounts in an optimal development of their business, according to Sky News.
twofour54 showcases partners who are inspiring the regions youth including the Vice Arabia premiere of Tal el Ro’b
Abu Dhabi – Content being produced for youth across the region – in both English and Arabic – was showcased at the latest twofour54 Abu Dhabi Connect event last night [May13].
Representatives of the free zone, media firms, and government entities, came together to learn from each other about the incredible work being done by Abu Dhabi’s thriving media industry.
Arab Emirates/ There has been a new development in the case of the escape of Princess Latifa, son of Dubai's ruler, Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, with the help of a French spy.
A video was posted shortly after Latifa sent a phone message to a support group saying she was on a yacht off the coast of India and that the yacht was being attacked by gunmen.
This was followed by silence.
Mercer International Consulting has released the list of the world's best living cities for 2018, according to the annual survey
The company's survey of 231 cities helps companies and institutions identify compensation allowances and subsistence allowances for international workers.
The criteria included political stability, health care, education, crime, recreation and transport.
The Emirates Al-Youm, the UAE's Ministry of Health and Community Protection, has issued a warning about a product called Purtier Placenta.
The ministry said that the product is not registered in the ministry and is not known specifications and all information circulated misleading, non-scientific and the risk to patients.
Saudi Arabia, Businessmen, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal was released from the Ritz-Carlton Hotel after being held for more than two months.
The Emirati artist Ahlam was one of the first