The UAE expressed its position on the Gaza war at the high-level meetings of EU foreign ministers in Brussels. Lana Zaki Nusseibeh, representing the UAE, called for an immediate ceasefire, humanitarian access, release of hostages, and respect for international law. The UAE also urged Israel to commit to the two-state solution and called for a reformed Palestinian Authority. The discussions focused on the Middle East Peace Process and enhancing cooperation between the EU and Arab countries to find a political solution to the conflict.

Nusseibeh highlighted the UAE's significant humanitarian aid to Gaza, including food, medical supplies, and essential items. The UAE also provided updates on medical treatment efforts, access to drinking water, and aid shipments through the maritime corridor from Cyprus. Nusseibeh emphasized the need to lift restrictions on humanitarian access immediately and expedite aid deliveries screening.

Nusseibeh underscored the commitment to strengthening coordination between the EU and Arab partners for peace and security. Additionally, she held bilateral meetings with key officials from Germany, the UN, and Canada. Accompanying her were the UAE Ambassador to the EU and the Director of the European Affairs Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.