Gulf Today web team
SEOUL: His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, made a state visit to South Korea on Tuesday.
The Abu Dhabi Crown Prince took to Twitter and said, “I have arrived in South Korea, a country with which we have strong strategic ties. We look forward to opening new horizons of cooperation and forging constructive partnerships.”
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed also visited the Memorial Tower at the Seoul National Cemetery, a landmark which honours the sacrifices made by the Korean people which were instrumental in the country's breakthrough towards progress, success and leadership.
Mohamed Bin Zayed said, “During my visit to the Samsung Semiconductor Research Center, I was very interested in expanding our cooperation with Korean companies and taking advantage of their expertise in innovation and the use of artificial intelligence.”
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Manchester City football school teams from the UAE have returned from the world’s most prestigious junior football tournament with a series of impressive results.
Shaun Torrente says patience will be a key factor as Team Abu Dhabi aim to secure the first of four world powerboat racing titles this season in Poland this weekend.
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Not only did he answer the questions put up by the people but also tapped his feet to tune of famous chartbusters.
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US-based economists Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer won the 2019 Nobel Economics Prize on Monday for work in fighting global poverty that has helped millions of children by favouring practical steps over theory.