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Last updated: 17 Jan, 2013  

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IANS/WAM | 17 Jan, 2013
UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan met his counterparts from Egypt and South Korea and discussed ways to boost cooperation between the countries.

Sheikh Abdullah met Egypt's Assistant Foreign Minister for Consular Affairs Ali el Asheeri.

Mohammed Mahmoud Al Khaja, director of the foreign minister's office, Egyptian Ambassador to UAE Tamer Mansour and Egyptian Consul General in UAE Sherif el Badawi were also present during the talks.

Sheikh Abdullah also met South Korean Foreign and Trade Minister Kim Sung-Hwan and discussed ties between the two countries.

Jassim Mohammed Al Khaloufi, director of Asian Affairs at the ministry and South Korean Ambassador to UAE Kwon Tae-Kyun were also present.
 
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