Sheikh Abdullah holds talks with Indian Foreign Minister

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UAE's Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, has explored ways to strengthen ties with India during his meeting with the country's Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar.

During their working dinner in Abu Dhabi, the ministers discussed ways to enhance cooperation across all fronts, especially health, technology, digitalisation, economy and trade.

They also looked into the latest regional and international developments.

“The UAE-Indian relations are steadily heading towards broader horizons of cooperation, with the objective of creating promising opportunities for development and economic prosperity in the two countries,” Sheikh Abdullah said, adding that relations between the two sides help drive the global efforts exerted to achieve sustainable growth across various sectors.

Sheikh Abdullah wished India success during its presidency of the G20, underlining the importance of such bilateral meetings in supporting the ambitious goals set by the Group to enhance economic and development cooperation at various levels.

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