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UAE leader meets Pakistani army head

The meeting comes as the Gulf state deals with the recent Taliban takeover of Afghanistan.
UAE leader

Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan, the de facto leader of  the United Arab Emirates, met a Pakistani military leader Thursday. 

Nahyan, who is crown prince of Abu Dhabi and commander in chief of the UAE’s armed forces, received the chief of staff of the Pakistani army, General Qamar Javed Bajwa. The two discussed increasing defense-related cooperation between the UAE and Pakistan, as well as unspecified regional issues, the official Emirates News Agency reported. 

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