The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi meets Obama
At the Nuclear Security Summit 2014
At the Nuclear Security Summit 2014 held at The Hague, General Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces met with US President Barack Obama, and discussed a variety of issues such as the latest Syrian crisis developments, and the US efforts in the Middle East peace negotiations.
During the summit Sheikh Mohamed also spoke about the importance of international efforts on stopping nuclear terrorism. "Terrorism in general, and nuclear terrorism in particular, represents the most important challenge facing the world today, which requires our diligent joint action in order to be able to ward off all forms of this threat," revealed Sheikh Mohamed.
Referencing the success of several nuclear security summits, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi revealed: "The UAE has taken an active part in the security summits since 2010. These international meetings have made a number of achievements including the highlighting of challenges posed by nuclear terrorism which have forced many states to take measures to secure nuclear and radioactive material against the danger of terrorism."