Shaikh Khalifa extended his heartfelt sympathies and condolences over the Mina stampede.
Saudi orders review of Haj plan, rapid investigation
Pakistani officials earlier said that seven Pakistani pilgrims were killed and six injured in the crush.
Around 2 million people from more than 180 countries took part in the five-day pilgrimage.
Saudi authorities have yet to provide a breakdown of the nationalities of the 717 pilgrims killed in Thursday's haj stampede.
The injured were being transferred to hospitals in Makkah and if necessary on other parts of the country.
Mohammed said he was only able to save the money for the Haj at this old age.
Two survivors said the disaster began when one wave of pilgrims found themselves heading into a mass of people going in another direction.
Shaikh Mohammed bin Zayed extends his heartfelt sympathy and condolences over the tragedy.
Saudi Arabia's Grand Mufti said in his sermon that the Daesh is trying to destroy the Muslim Ummah.