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IANS | 09 May, 2013
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Germany have held talks over bilateral cooperation and existing relations between them, particularly in energy and renewable energy sector.

The talks were held between Suhail bin Mohammed Faraj Faris Al Mazrouei, the UAE's minister for energy and Nikolai von Schoepff, German ambassador to the UAE.

"We are looking forward to further the cooperation with Germany in order to exchange expertise and review the latest applied technologies, especially in oil, gas and renewable energies industries for the advantage of the two countries," said Al Mazrouei.

Highlighting the friendly ties between the two countries as well as the efforts exerted by the UAE in all domains, the German envoy stressed upon his country's keenness to provide its technological expertise, particularly in energy and renewable energy sector.
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