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Ambassador of Kingdom of Bahrain to USA discusses with Governor of Massachusetts topics of common concern

The Ambassador of the Kingdom of Bahrain to the USA, Shaikh Abdullah bin Rashed Al Khalifa, met in Boston with the Governor of the American State of Massachusetts, Mr. Charlie Baker.

During the meeting, the Ambassador stressed the Kingdom of Bahrain keenness to promote joint action with the USA, as well as means to develop cooperation and coordination in many aspects. He also hailed the two countries’ mutual desire to further prospects of cooperation in a way that enhances bilateral relations between them, highlighting, in this context, the importance of the recently signed Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of Interior and the Boston Police, which contributed to the development of cooperation and exchange of experiences in the field of forensic evidence, along with a number of areas of security cooperation.

For his part, Governor Baker expressed his pride in the friendship and cooperation between the Kingdom of Bahrain and the USA, and the development it has witnessed at all levels, wishing the Kingdom further progress and prosperity.

A number of topics of common concern were also discussed during the meeting, in addition to reviewing distinct bilateral relations between Bahrain and the friendly USA, along with the prospects of cooperation and joint coordination between them in general, and cooperation in the educational, economic and security fields with the state of Massachusetts in particular.

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