Mr. Salem Al Suwaidi, Director-General of Ajman Chamber has met Mr. Ilya Raevskii, Acting Consul General in Dubai, in the presence of a delegation from the Ajman Free Zone, in line with the efforts made to strengthen economic relations and diversify foreign partnerships.
The parties also shed light on joint cooperation, reviewing the investment opportunities available in the two countries, and developing the volume of bilateral trade.
The meeting was attended by Mr. Mohamed Ali Al Janahi, Executive Director of the Trade Development and International Relations at the Ajman Chamber, and from the Ajman Free Zone, Sheikha Abdullah Al-Nuaimi, Executive Director of Commercial Operations, Mr. Bashayer Ali Alkumaiti, Executive Director of Strategy and Business Development, and Mr. Kirill Podgornyy, Member of the Board of the Russian Business Council (RBC) in Dubai.
Mr. Al Suwaidi welcomed the attendees and stressed the importance to push forward the joint economic relations and create a supportive atmosphere to enhance partnership and exchange experiences between business owners from the two countries, in addition to highlighting the available investment opportunities.
Mr. Al Janahi gave an overview of the advantages of the Ajman economy and the diversity of investment opportunities available in the sectors of industry, real estate, building and construction, tourism, education, health, services, and other sectors.
The authorities concerned with economic affairs in Ajman are keen to provide an attractive and flexible business environment and accelerate the completion of transactions and procedures to meet the aspirations of traders and businessmen, in order to enhance the sustainability and growth of the business community.
Mr. Raevskii hailed the warm reception and emphasized the depth of the existing relations between the two countries, praising the diversity of economic opportunities, and considered the meeting as an opportunity to increase future cooperation in the economy and tourism sectors.
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