UAE President Sheikh Mohamed is set to embark on a state visit to China on Thursday, May 30, in response to an invitation from Chinese President Xi Jinping. The discussions during the visit will center around the bilateral relations between the two countries and explore opportunities for enhanced cooperation and collaboration, particularly in economic, developmental, and cultural domains. These deliberations will be conducted within the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership framework that aims to contribute to sustainable development and economic growth in both nations. Furthermore, the visit will involve participation in the celebrations commemorating the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the UAE and China, as well as attendance at the 10th Ministerial Conference of the China-Arab States Cooperation Forum.

In addition to the aforementioned agenda, the two leaders will engage in talks regarding regional and international matters of common interest and emphasize the significance of cooperation and dialogue in advancing global stability and peace.