UAE President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan met with a number of Emirati students studying at Korean universities and institutes as part of his state visit to South Korea.

During the meeting in Seoul, Sheikh Mohamed stressed that students play a crucial role in the future of UAE-Korea relations, emphasizing the UAE’s interest in learning from the pioneering experience in terms of the development of South Korea.

He encouraged them to learn about Korean culture to become cultural bridges between the two countries, thereby strengthening bilateral ties and showcasing the development and progress of the UAE.

His Highness expressed his pleasure in meeting the students and inquired about their well-being, saying that all Emirati students, whether at home or abroad, are of great importance to the leadership of the United Arab Emirates, which spares no effort to provide the necessary resources to help them achieve their goals. goals.

Sheikh Mohamed wished them success in their studies, expressing hope that they will contribute to the development of the UAE by leveraging the knowledge and experiences they acquire.

The Emirati students expressed their joy at meeting the President and thanked him for his special attention and support.

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