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New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has officially opened the new premises of the New Zealand Consulate-General in Dubai in the United Arabs Emirates, TV New Zealand – www.tvnz.co.nz, reported.
The new office will house the Consulate-General, and offices of New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, Immigration NZ, and the Ministry of Primary Industries.
Prime Minister Key said the new office reflects New Zealand’s continued commitment to develop a closer relationship with the Gulf region.
“It is a signal of New Zealand’s increased investment our growing footprint in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, and the wider region,” the Prime Minister said.
Working on completing a Free Trade deal is a priority of the trade mission, Mr Key said.
“I will continue to press New Zealand’s case throughout the Gulf.”
The Gulf Cooperation Council is New Zealand’s fifth largest export destination with exports to the region worth $1.9 billion.
New Zealand Embassy in Abu Dhabi: www.nzembassy.com/united-arab-emirates
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