Ajman Chamber inks collaboration deal with Russian firm to boost trade

By Amirtha P S, Desk Reporter
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ACCI & Ros Global Export
Delegates from ACCI & Ros Global Export at the signing ceremony.

Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) has entered into a partnership deal with Russia’s Ros Global Export to create joint development programs that boost trade, facilitate the exchange of delegations between both sides, and attract investment.

The agreement, which was signed at the Business Communication Centre at Expo 2020 Dubai, aims to promote opportunities for collaboration to ensure both parties benefit from commercial, tourism, and investment prospects.

Under the partnership, the two parties will join their hands to organize conferences, meetings, seminars, and workshops, in addition to agreeing on procedures to participate in external events.

Further, the two entities will jointly work to set promotional plans and use social networks to announce their respective programs and organize meetings for businessmen from both sides.

The agreement was signed by Mr. Mohamed Ali Al Janahi, Executive Director of Business and Investment Development at ACCI, and Mr. Dmitriy Polyakov, Director-General of Ros Global Export.

Mohamed Ali Al Janahi
Mohamed Ali Al Janahi
Executive Director
Business & Investment Development

“The Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry is always looking to expand and diversify its network of collaborators and partnerships around the world. Signing this collaboration agreement is part of our activities here at Expo 2020, which presents the ideal backdrop for business development efforts and plans to boost and expand commercial activities across various sectors and countries. Our objective from this agreement with Ros Global Export is to open new markets for Chamber members, increase our trade with Russia, and provide common ground for future meetings with Russian businessmen to explore available opportunities.”

The collaboration agreement calls for the two sides to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and statistics, and for each to benefit from the training programs, activities, events, and conferences the other side organizes. The two parties also agree to exchange expertise, studies, and research.

As per the agreement, each side will provide all facilities necessary for the other party to implement their programs and activities. The two parties will also coordinate visits from commercial delegations and explore new, mutually beneficial prospects.

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