According to News i Agency’s International Group, the news site of the newspaper “The new Arab“Today (Saturday), in a report quoting diplomatic sources, he announced that for several months now, relations between the UAE and Egypt have weakened in connection with several important issues at the regional level and common issues between the two countries.
Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed writes, quoting several sources familiar with the UAE-Egypt partnership case, that there has been growing dissatisfaction among Egyptian decision-makers recently due to the disregard of some of Cairo’s repeated demands on a number of issues. Abu Dhabi, meanwhile, insists on gaining more points from its relationship with Cairo, citing it as a payment to former Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi; The UAE had taken over in the first four years ousting the late Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood.
According to diplomatic sources, “orders [از مقامات] “There is excellence in referring to the Egyptian presidency before responding to any proposal from the UAE regarding the common positions of the two countries on regional issues.” These sources add: “This approach is while no written order has been issued; But two stakeholders in the joint case with the UAE are well aware of this change in macro-policies. “We do not know whether this is a new approach or a transient position.”
On the other hand, a source, which Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed called “special” in its report, told the newspaper: “The UAE’s policy towards Egypt has been changing for a long time, perhaps because of the decision-makers in this country. “Many have given financial support to Cairo in the past, and despite the implementation of policies, the siege of the Muslim Brotherhood and the current of political Islam has not earned them anything equal to what they have paid.”
According to the source: “Earlier, the UAE had stipulated that the details would not be overseen by the country’s specialized committees [پولهای] Payment [به مصر] “And no new financial support will be provided to the Egyptian system until the maximum benefit from these aids is guaranteed.”
The source added: “This approach has angered the relevant Egyptian authorities; “However, at one point, the country has given in to the pressure of needing this funding.”
“That stage is the time when one of the UAE ministers was almost permanently present in Egypt,” the source said.
The source added: “Since then, Cairo’s policies towards the Emirati side, albeit a small one, have changed to the point where Cairo has not supported any of the UAE positions, either in relation to Libya or the battle between Abu Dhabi. And Ankara has made the Red Sea conditional on something agreed upon; An issue that has caused Abu Dhabi dissatisfaction; “However, the country has responded to this new policy.”
The source continued: پس “After this issue, the UAE intends to change [سیاست] Felt his ally; An ally that the UAE believes gave it the power to take over the government of Egypt, so over the past two years the UAE has tried to resolve any disputes between them by holding pressure sheets. “When he wants to extort money from this country.”
In this regard, another source informs Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed: “The donation case was one of the first cases in dispute, or it could be said that it was something that ignited the disputes because the UAE insisted that it would not provide any financial assistance after that; “But it may make money in some of its affiliated investments, provided it gains the right advantages and greater competitive opportunities than it might in investing in other countries.”
The source revealed that the current policy of the Egyptian regime is to reduce support for groups of citizens, increase the price of some services provided, collect money, for example from construction violations, evacuate some vital areas owned by citizens and turn it into Investment projects as charitable projects are all issues raised by an Emirati minister; The minister, who previously oversaw the funding bird, came after the Egyptian regime repeatedly demanded financial support from the Abu Dhabi government. Al-Sisi, on the other hand, has previously refused to make changes to the projects for fear of anger.
The source said: “The UAE’s fluid stance on the crisis of the Ennahda Dam and the establishment of a permanent line of communication with Ethiopia, regardless of Egypt’s repeated requests to abuse this relationship to help Cairo and the UAE’s repeated financial support for Addis Ababa,” the source said. Conveyed a very negative message to Egyptian decision-makers; “Decision-makers who had nothing to show their anger at Abu Dhabi.”
“Libya and the case of relations with Turkey were two birds that were used by Egyptian decision-makers to put pressure on the UAE or to respond to the extortions of this country that occurred in several other cases,” the source said.
“It simply came to our notice then.[در ارتباط با] The Libyan crisis Over the past year and a half, there has been a great deal of disagreement between Abu Dhabi and the continent; Disputes, some of which became public and others [تا به این لحظه] “It has been hidden.”
The source adds: “There are deeper differences as well [یکی از آنها در یکی از سفرهای] “Emirati officials came to Egypt, to the point where the dispute between the two sides intensified.”
According to the report, a few days ago, some sources from Egypt and other Arab countries revealed that the differences between Cairo and Abu Dhabi were due to “initial preparations and consultations regarding the digging of a new water canal between the Mediterranean and the Red Sea, similar to the canal.” “Egyptian Suez” has become “deep”.
The sources revealed that anger had prevailed in some relevant Egyptian departments; The situation, according to these sources, follows the “actions of the UAE and Israel” at a time when Cairo is making great efforts to provide services in several cases in favor of the UAE and the occupiers.
The sources also said that the danger of these moves by Tel Aviv and Abu Dhabi in connection with this case is that this step threatens the fate and future of the Suez Canal; The Suez Canal is one of the main sources of income for the Egyptian economy.
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