UAE and NZ envoys call on President

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The Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates in Sri Lanka Ahmad Ali Al Mualla paid a courtesy call on President Gotabaya Rajapaksa at the Presidential Secretariat yesterday.   
Engaging in a cordial discussion with the President, the Ambassador assured his country’s commitment to further enhance bilateral relations between the two countries, the President’s Media Division said.   

The UAE Ambassador while commending the plan of action with a new vision of the President offered his optimum assistance to make it a success.   
A delegation headed by the New Zealand High Commissioner to Sri Lanka Joanna Kempkers also called on President Rajapaksa last afternoon.   

They assured their country’s commitment to enhance mutual benefits by further developing bilateral relations.     

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