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PA opens office for Native American tribe

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A commercial office has been opened for the Native American Cherokee tribe in Ramallah, Quds Press reported the Palestinian Authority announcing yesterday.

In a statement, the PA foreign ministry said that it had agreed to open the office in the hope that this would help “strengthen mutual relations between both sides”.

Cherokee representative Salam Amin said that his tribe is planning to strengthen relations with the Palestinian people and carry out development and economic projects.

Speaking to Quds Press, Amin said that Palestine is the first Arab country that has relations with the tribe.

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