The Abu Dhabi Chamber and North Macedonia have discussed increasing economic cooperation and exploring available investment opportunities in the tourism sector.
The discussion was held during a visit of Mr. Abdulkadar Memedi, Ambassador of North Macedonia to the UAE who was received by Mr. Helal Mohammed Al Hameli, Deputy Director-General of the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Centers and Advisory Councils, at the Chamber’s tower.
Mr. Al Hameli praised the distinguished relations between the UAE and North Macedonia, expressing the Chamber’s keenness to enhance trade and investment opportunities between businesses in both countries.
The UAE’s advanced position on the global travel and tourism map as it eyes to become one of the most important and largest global tourist destinations, pointing to tourism attractions that combine modernity, history, natural and industrial landmarks while creating a range of tourism offerings that meets the interest of families as a holiday and leisure destination, as well as an ideal business venue for incentive, conferences, exhibitions and festivals.
Mr. Al Hameli also extended an invitation to the North Macedonian delegation to participate in some of the international exhibitions held in Abu Dhabi, including the Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition (ADIHEX), considered the largest event of its kind in the Middle East and Africa that celebrates and promotes Emirati cultural heritage, calling it a great opportunity for North Macedonian companies to launch their products and expand their businesses.
Mr. Memedi expressed high hopes for increasing visits between entrepreneurs and investors in the UAE and North Macedonia, and also highlighted the viable sectors for Emirati investors in North Macedonia including the tourism, agriculture, and energy sectors, calling on Abu Dhabi Chamber to cooperate with the Embassy in organizing joint awareness seminars to inform businesses on the available investment opportunities in both countries and shed light on the various resources available for foreign investors in North Macedonia.