tv Sophie Co RT October 1, 2018 1:30am-2:01am EDT
no i empower the society if we don't empower women especially when it comes to political participation internationally not only at the u.a.e. or even in the arab world that's what it's well known it's mailed to me but i think the mailbox patients have proven that it's about it and it's already have bring so much my results and accordingly i think that the u.a.e. you will find that we have ministers and minister of government and the percentage of women around twenty three percent in the parliament and we have more than thirty percent of the positions held by women sixty five sixty percent of the federal workforce is from females and there are also when it comes to higher education we are present more than eighty percent of all female coming to my attention at all compliment each other and i think. we've been fortunate as i said by the support we get but also we all just great to you know respect because we're hard workers
and we are sincere and loyal to our mission and building what countries. but you know you said it yourself that it's a very male dominated world regardless decide that we see more and more women being part of the political establishment how hard was it for you to get where you are. well. i think it wasn't an easy way all the time i had to prove myself through my dictation i studied architecture and i also go through teaching at the university to both men and we met them you know understand also that respect to. understanding that the woman can. be here their partnership in the development of this country so i think. it wasn't
that hard because also we had her highness. but always was the first lady and she was so much passionate about women empowerment and they have already embedded this in their own sons and leaders and also in the society so when the community is understanding of the women rule it becomes easier for them to sit and listen and also to join forces why do you think that some muslim nations are more open minded and promoting women's rights than others they all have very different pace when it comes to promoting pro-rating women why is that i mean all of them practice the same religion most of them live by sharia law why is to pay so different. you know this number is based on equality and actually women want than any other time. it's not religion related and it's not
only in countries all over the world you will find that there are differences in the way sometimes women is looked at or even sometimes she is you know a right it doesn't it's not only related to religion there are many regions that are not islam of creatures but women is deprived from even her simplest rights i think also. if it's related to education more it's related more to poverty sometimes it's more to society it's a related to some traditions that have not advanced to religion so you have said that there is no gender gap in your country can a woman in your country get the top job become the prime minister for instance that's the big question here in russia can a woman ever be president any time soon what about your country. now i think you know as you have said at the beginning. i have been going to speak in my country to be the first in the world. it shows you that. women have but equally as men
having get many of them very critically no ministries to positions held by women it shows you that. there is a more. you know balanced comprehensive and sustainable vision that we have working on and that we are empowering fourth man and female to take their roles and some finish with that britain future. right since you're the head of the emirates lord rising body one of the top politicians in your country and this is close as i have ever gotten to talking to a politician that rang from your country let's talk politics. you have said that terrorism is an instrument used by some countries and regimes to achieve their foreign policy objectives what kind of foreign policy objectives can be achieved with terrorism. i think terrorism can only achieve destruction
unfortunately there might be somebody. that can be practiced through terrorism which has to be thought of and this is a very good and i don't know that we are against the weather being. as positions and on board levels we are against hers we have to centralize the diocese in terms which is working against violent extremism and that's built in joint with the international experts and also someone to contact also our tourism on the digital. world. but most importantly and to i'm you and you know i would use to create you know. a culture of tolerance and moderation is a very important thing and that's happening through empowering them and let them have their own and fully engage them. and shaping their future moreover i think our
fight against terrorism is not only. national or regional they have to be global because there are no borders for terrorism and it has noted it too and i think you know we as muslims have suffered the most of it because unfortunately when you have over you know or a minority of tourist police school or. people who have excluding their own agendas to get into power and they are trying to hijack islam as a peaceful religion to. claim that this is the way it should be practiced for us as muslims we are the majority on the one billion hundred. muslims around the world who live in peace and we believe that we should get back. to the real image of islam which is
a peaceful damage and we should continue with the hand in hand and join forces with . people all around the world so that we can stop violent extremism and terrorism in order to do so we have established lately. a joint a partnership with the i p u and they do want the high level advisory committee on fighting terrorism and extremism and the union which are cheering and we have members from many different you know panelists who are eager to facilitate the role of armaments and fighting terrorism and i think this will be just nation and through also has the capacity and through joining forces between governments and. parliaments we can have been you know road. only trying to bring the pump up there was
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the right there yet but. now we're back with dr. president of the federal national council of the united arab emirates talking about the country's role in some of the crisis in the middle east. before the break you have talked about the emirates efforts to combat terrorism however we're getting reports from sociate press that just recently. saying i'm ready to reiterate forces in yemen are cutting deals with al qaeda on
the ground from funding al qaeda related militias to actually recruiting al qaeda fighters to fight for the coalition how can the emirates combat terrorism efficiently when it is faced with the accusation of the same thing. the u.a.e. have always been committed to its fight against terrorists we respect their international laws we respect also u.n. and the. international security council resolutions our role in yemen we've been asked by the digital mature government. to government so that they can stop the killing of the civilians there and also what happened through the minority of who sees who would try to hijack the country from its own people. we joined that abian condition with.
that by so doing and at the beginning we had the seven eyes the situation room military action but now more than ever our rule is how we can bring prosperity and also stability again to yemen through empowering its people to fight for their own country and also so helping them to continue so that we are bringing hope through. the tremendous military and that the u.a.e. is participating in yemen so one of the highest you know. also injected into yemen to rebuild again. last year i myself have visited germany and the onus lee i was so much overwhelmed with the tremendous efforts. of soldiers and also our people from that and italian aid all contributed to in yemen and building houses hospitals providing you know electricity but more than that
also taking care of the wounded one in our own hospitals we have i have been also acknowledged by the. board telephone. director general director that with the u.a.e. efforts and first. then access to the different villages in yemen they wouldn't have been able to bring their aids especially when it comes to them to make of cholera and how you way you have it tremendously into also. providing treatment and providing also all the necessary requirement so that the civilians will be safe and also they will be treated when it comes to these accusations as you said we hope that people before accusing you know with the u.a.e. or any others who are trying to do their role ethically and humanitarian and also.
respectively to the u.n. resolutions to go underground and seek the truth and accordingly we are building capacity among the yemeni themselves so that they can. lead their. battle and they can gain but their country. all this accusing actions as you said it's only rumor so that they will undermine our own and they are trying to show that our you know role in yemen. is. a negative you know. way of getting back to us because if it wasn't for our support they wouldn't have been defeated in many of the cities in yemen we believe in diplomatic solution we believe that there should be compromises we believe that they should continue negotiation from both sides so that they can find
a peaceful in also lucian to. save the lives of yemeni people and also to give them hope and building their future again and until that happen we need to be there to stabilize the situation so it will not get back to what it started so dr all could . i see i just need to have this on the record you say that all these accusations are false so is it fair to say that all of the witnesses that associated press has gathered witnesses on the ground. tribal leader those are all false because it was everywhere in the press and i need you to to have this on the record so all this witnesses and reports from associated press are false what why there are no other witnesses showing they go and interview with them so that they can see the side of the story i mean we want a fair. very truthful reflection comes to media to the
facts on the ground yes when we see our rule there that we are strong and we are sure how much we contributed to making peace and how we are contributing to. bringing back the rights of the people. and when it comes to the u.a.e. . rule that we have always been embracing and continue to do know what fighting. course we don't believe it is for. so you've talked about the help to the yemeni people that the arab coalition is providing in the country at the same time for the last three years it's an undeniable fact that. u.a.e. along with saudi arabia have been major players in the war in yemen and it is believed that one third of all air strikes of the saudi led coalition nonmilitary targets air attacks by some coalition are causing the most civilian casualties in
this war and just recently an attack on a school bus killed forty children and when the coalition admitted that this airstrike was unjustified. even they said it. what's wrong with the coalition military incidents. if this continues to happen when it comes to our forces that they have already trained and by the best you know. terrorists and those in the world they are highly accurate and at the same time as i as i said to myself i have visited the base there too and i've seen you know they seem high level of accuracy that they are working on and also we are not only was the one with all the lions also in the villages they have their try to do their best and that. there will not you know cause any. civilian deaths or injuries.
to my knowledge of what you have mission. there been you know so much efforts to integrate many of the cities and based on the commission that is provided based on also all. the different efforts to avoid any. casualties. and many unfortunately sometimes unfortunate incidents can happen but that doesn't mean they are you know intended or that doesn't mean they know that they are not sometimes even exaggerated in the way they have reflected and. i think as i said more extensive and more on the ground investigations should be done in a very different way then you can say and you can state such facts what a surprise that your country is willing to play pay to claim victory over there. in
your opinion how much longer is the united arab emirates willing to fight this war . well what's the price of a sort of you know a human being there is no price and we have lost you know our own you know sons in this war against who sees only against terrorists malicious and i think you know i would believe that to bring stability is very important part of our role. and our commitment to our brothers and also to them many people. it's an important way in that in this equivalence i think it's very important to see that. we want the yemeni people to claim their own right in deciding the future of their country and. in order to do so what
can would benefit them with the government was away from the beginning we have. to know what if. he meant it just seven guys and they who things are a minority they are unfortunately. you know supported by iranians who are providing them with all these missionary and guns so that more you know. internal interference and more turbulence will be caused and we cannot. you know. such more of instability to continue i think we are hopeful that in future them the people themselves who are now you know trying to get trade with their own military level on whether also on
the educational level to bring more stability and more support for spitting to this country. by say thank you very much. for this interview and thank you for sharing your thoughts on whatever is going on in this we were talking to the. president of the federal national council of the united arab emirates. crisis and the united arab emirates we're all in it that is it for this edition of sophie and co i will see you next time.
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