UAE, South African officials hold talks

Pretoria, June 27 (IANS/WAM) The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and South Africa have reviewed issues of mutual interest and explored ways of developing bilateral relations.

Jun 27 2013, 12:42am CDT | by

UAE, South African officials hold talks
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Pretoria, June 27 (IANS/WAM) The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and South Africa have reviewed issues of mutual interest and explored ways of developing bilateral relations.

The talks were held between Hamad Hareb Al Habsi, UAE ambassador to South Africa has and Anil Sooklal, deputy director general in the Department of International Relations '&' Cooperation (DIRCO) of South Africa .

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