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MENAFN - 30/04/2014
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(MENAFN) #SaudiArabia and #NewZealand are planning to deepen economic cooperation between them as #SaudiArabia will open an embassy in the country and #NewZealand will appoint a resident trade commissioner at its embassy in the Kingdom, Arab News reported.

The deputy head of mission at the #NewZealand embassy in Riyadh said: "Saudi Arabia has confirmed its intention to open an embassy in #NewZealand capital. Whereas our government nounced to appoint trade commissioner in Riyadh. This will bolster our ties with greater co-operation between the two countries."


During a Joint Ministerial Commission (JMC) meeting, both sides expressed their keenness to increase bilateral trade efforts, encourage investments, enhance co-operation in education including exchange of academic staff, extend co-operation in the field of technical and vocational training co-operation.

 
 


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