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13 May 2024 | Mon 15:50
Minister of State for Indo-Pacific at the Foreign, Commonwealth, & Development Office of the UK called on VP Latheef on Sunday
Minister of State for Indo-Pacific at the Foreign, Commonwealth, & Development Office of the UK called on VP Latheef on Sunday
Presidents Office
Vice President Hussain Mohamed Latheef
Discussions held on higher education opportunities for Maldivians, in UK
 
Minister of State for Indo-Pacific at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office of the UK called on VP Latheef on Sunday
 
Both parties expressed mutual enthusiasm for future collaborations
 
The meeting concluded on a positive note

Discussions have been held on the importance of access for Maldivian students to higher educations opportunities in the United Kingdom.

This was done during a meeting held between Minister of State for Indo-Pacific at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office of the United Kingdom Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP and Vice President Hussain Mohamed Latheef.

The Minister of State for Indo-Pacific at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office of the UK called on VP Latheef at the President’s Office on Sunday.

Speaking at the meeting, the vice president gave his assurance that the administration of President Dr. Mohamed Muizzu remains committed to improve multilateral and bilateral relations with UK.

Shedding light on the importance of ensuring Maldivian students have access to higher education opportunities in UK, the vice president also expressed gratitude to the government of UK for the continuous support and assistance extended to the government of Maldives.

Anne-Marie touched upon the existing strong bilateral relations between Maldives and the UK, and expressed desire to see the ties further strengthened.

She went on to shed light on critical issues such as clean energy challenges and policy development to improve climate diplomacy.

Discussions also revolved around the significance of boosting aviation security as the tourism sector of the island nation continues to progress.

Both parties expressed mutual enthusiasm for future collaborations and shed light on the administration's endeavors on the international platform to address climate issues.

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Reviewed by: Maryam Dhaanish Nasheed
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