President of Republic Supervises Inauguration of Mauritanian Embassy Headquarters in UAE

On 4 December, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, His Excellency Mr. Mohamed Ould Cheikh Ghazouani, the President of the Republic, inaugurated the new headquarters of the embassy of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania and the ambassador’s residence.

The construction of this building comes in implementation of His Excellency’s commitments aimed at strengthening the sovereignty facilities of the State by constructing decent headquarters for our diplomatic missions to better serve Mauritanian communities abroad.

After cutting the symbolic ribbon and unveiling the commemorative plaque of the new embassy headquarters, His Excellency, the President of the Republic followed explanations on this public installation, which will provide the appropriate conditions for the Mauritanian embassy in this brotherly country to carry out its missions in appropriate and practical conditions.

The new embassy building consists of two floors: a ground floor that includes the wings of the consular services, the population register and secure titles, the military attaché, the conference room, and the reception and orientation office.

The second floor of the embassy consists of the ambassador’s suite, the office of the first advisor, the office of the consular advisor, the office of the administrative and financial advisor, the office of the embassy secretariat, and a reception room. A residential villa was also built to serve as the residence of the ambassador to the United Arab Emirates.

The new embassy building has all the necessary facilities and equipment. Its surface area is built on 2450 square meters. It cost the state budget around MRU 98 million.

His Excellency, the President of the Republic, arrived in the United Arab Emirates on 30 December, accompanied by a large delegation, to participate in the COP28 summit, which was held in Dubai.

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