'Méïté is a big brother, I have apologised and he has accepted it,' said Kalou.
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'You recognise your mistake and you learn - we've talked and it's over.'
Ivory Coast had already qualified for next year's final before their comfortable 3-0 win over Guinea without the warring duo.
'We understood that we have to preserve the spirit in the squad and so it's all forgotten now,' Méïté said.
'Things got a little heated but we are human and these things can happen.'