UAE holds talks with Malaysia, Senegal

Abu Dhabi, Feb 6 (IANS/WAM) Top officials from the UAE have held talks with the envoys of Malaysia and Senegal on improving bilateral relations.

Mohammed Jassim Al Khlovi, director of Asian affairs at the ministry of foreign affairs, received at his office Mazeta Binti Marzuki, Charge d'affaires of the Malaysian embassy.

The two officials reviewed bilateral relations and ways to enhance ties in various fields.

In Ras al-Khaimah, Yousef Obaid Al Nuaimi, chairman of the RAK Chamber of Commerce and Industry, reviewed ties with Senegalese ambassador to the UAE Babakr Bah.

The two sides discussed the facilities provided to investors in order to promote investment opportunities.

Al Nuaimi said the emirate has economic potential and an attractive investment environment that have achieved success on the global scale.




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