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United Arab Emirates Bordering Countries: Oman, Saudi Arabia
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United Arab Emirates Country Information: United Arab Emirates is located in the Middle East. United Arab Emirates is bordered by the Persian Gulf (Arabian Gulf), Gulf of Oman, Oman to the east and north, and Saudi Arabia to the west and south.
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United Arab Emirates Cities: Abu Zaby (Abu Dhabi), Adh Dhayd, Ajman, Al 'Ayn, Al Fujayrah, Al Khaznah, Al Mafraq, Al Mughayra, An Nashshash, Ar Ruways, Diba al Hisn, Dubayy, Habshan, Humar, Kalba, Khawr Fakkan, Madinat Zayid, Masah, Masfuj, Mina' Jabal 'Ali, Mudhah, Qutuf, Ra's al Khaymah, Sharjah, Tarif and Umm al Qaywayn.
United Arab Emirates Locations: Gulf of Oman, Persian Gulf (Arabian Gulf) and Sabkhat Matti.
United Arab Emirates Natural Resources: The United Arab Emirates has natural resources, which include the fossil fuel deposits of petroleum and natural gas.
United Arab Emirates Natural Hazards: The natural hazards for the United Arab Emirates include frequent dust and sand storms.
United Arab Emirates Environmental Issues: United Arab Emirates has beach pollution from oil spills. Another environmental issue for this country is the lack of natural freshwater resources, which is compensated by desalination plants. There are also land issues regarding desertification.
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