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His Majesty sends message to Mauritania President
July 29, 2015 | 9:46 PM
by ONA
Omani Foreign Minister Yussef bin Alawi bin Abdullah.
 
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Nouakchott: President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz of the Republic of Mauritania has received a verbal message from His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said urging the enhancing of bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries and opening an embassy of the Sultanate in Mauritania during the coming weeks.
The message was conveyed by Yousef bin Alawi bin Abdullah, Minister of Foreign Affairs, when the Mauritanian President received him in the presidential palace in Nouakchott on Wednesday.
During the meeting, Bin Alawi conveyed greetings from His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said to President Ould Abdel Aziz, along with His Majesty's best wishes for good health and happiness to him, and for the Mauritanian people’s continuing progress.
The Mauritanian President asked Bin Alawi to convey his greetings and best wishes of good health and happiness to His Majesty the Sultan, and his wishes for further progress and prosperity to the Omani people.
Further, the meeting discussed methods of enhancing bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries in various areas, in addition to reviewing current situations in the Arab world.
The meeting was attended by Fatma Vall bint Soueinae, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation in Mauritania.
Meanwhile, Yahya Ould Hademine, Prime Minister of the Republic of Mauritania received in his office Yousef bin Alawi bin Abdullah, Minister Responsible for Foreign Affairs.
The meeting discussed the bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries and means of enhancing them in various areas.
The meeting was attended by Fatma Vall bint Soueinae, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation in Mauritania.
Meanwhile, bin Alawi also met with Fatma Vall bint Soueinae.
During their meeting they reviewed the means of enhancing the existing cooperation between the two countries, as well as issues of common concern.



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