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What does ARE stand for?

ARE stands for United Arab Emirates (ISO Country code)


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More information about the United Arab Emirates is available on the United Arab Emirates Page and from other Department of State publications and other sources listed at the end of this fact sheet.
29 (SUNA)- The Assistant Foreign Minister of the United Arab Emirates, Ahmed Abdul-Rahman, has received Sudan Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Ahmed Yousif Mohamed Al-Siddiq, and discussed means for bolster the bilateral relations and cooperation between the two countries for the interest of the two peoples.
Depending on the level of trade and investment between the United Arab Emirates and Kurdistan Region, senior officials there seek to open their consul branch in Erbil "as soon as possible.
In his message, the Prime Minister said: On behalf of the people and the Government of Pakistan and on my own behalf, it gives me immense pleasure to extend heartiest and warmest greetings to, the Government and the brotherly people of the United Arab Emirates on the auspicious occasion of the National Day of the United Arab Emirates.
In his message, the Prime Minister said: "On behalf of the people and the Government of Pakistan and on my own behalf, it gives me immense pleasure to extend heartiest and warmest greetings to, the Government and the brotherly people of the United Arab Emirates on the auspicious occasion of the National Day of the United Arab Emirates.
Prime Minister Igor Chudinov offered the United Arab Emirates to consider the possibility of searching and exploring oil and gas fields in the south of Kyrgyzstan in a meeting with United Arab Emirates Minister of Energy Mohamed Daen al-Hamili on May 23, reported the prime minister's press office.
The premier's visit will be made upon an invitation from the prime minister of the United Arab Emirates and in light of Iraq's willingness to open up to regional and Arab countries and to develop fruitful cooperation between the two countries," Spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh told Aswat al-Iraq-Voices of Iraq- (VOI).