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Khalifa reviews bilateral ties with Morocco minister

posted on 26/07/2005: 664 views

President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has received from King Mohammed VI of Morocco a letter dealing with bilateral relations between the two countries and issues of mutual interest. The letter was presented to Sheikh Khalifa when he received today at his palace in Al Bateen Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Mohammed bin Isa, who is currently on a visit to the UAE.

During the meeting, they reviewed fraternal ties between the UAE and Morocco and ways to enhanced them in various fields in the interest of the two countries and their peoples. They also reviewed a number of issues of mutual interest in the light of the latest developments on the regional and international scenes. The UAE President conveyed through ben Isa greetings and wishes of good health and happiness to the Moroccan monarch and more progress and prosperity to Moroccan government and people. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM)


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