UAE welcomes Egypt Morsi’s pledge not to ‘export’ revolt

The UAE foreign minister, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al-NahayanThe UAE is keen on strengthening relations with Egypt, its foreign minister said on Tuesday, welcoming newly elected President Mohamed Morsi's pledge not to "export" his country's revolution.


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