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Political advisor Hassan Saeed meets UK Parliamentary Under Secretary of State

President Mohamed Waheed Hassan’s political advisor, Dr Hassan Saeed, on Wednesday met UK Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Alistair Burt.

According to a statement on the President’s Office website, Burt “recognised the work being done in the Maldives to resolve its internal issues, encouraging the government of Maldives to continue dialogues with all parties. Mr Burt also welcomed the establishment of the National Enquiry Commission, decreed by President Dr Mohamed Waheed.”

“Further, the Under Secretary of State reassured Dr Saeed of the UK government’s non-partisan approach to the current political situation in the Maldives, and stated their only interest was to establish facts regarding the recent transfer of power, and to ensure a stable Maldives.”

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One Comment on "Political advisor Hassan Saeed meets UK Parliamentary Under Secretary of State"

  1. Mohamed on Sat, 25th Feb 2012 5:44 AM 

    That sounds very diplomatic and reasonable. However there are a few hardinghams around who pull a few strings over there in that democracy.


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