Al Suwaidi Foundation, British Chamber of Commerce Abu Dhabi to enhance ties

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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The Al Suwaidi Foundation, along with its partners and associates, has entered into a strategic partnership with British Chamber of Commerce Abu Dhabi, to strengthen and consolidate historical ties and distinguished relations between the UAE and the UK.

Dr. Hamed bin Mohamed Khalifa Al Suwaidi, founder and president of Al Suwaidi Foundation, stated that the partnership seeks to support Al Suwaidi Foundation and its subsidiaries’ efforts to make the emirate of Abu Dhabi an artistic, cultural, heritage and tourism destination by organizing many initiatives, activities and exhibitions that focus on the UAE’s artistic and cultural achievements in addition to preserving the original Emirati heritage.

Hamed bin Mohamed Khalifa Al Suwaidi
Founder & President
Al Suwaidi Foundation

“We are pleased to sign an exclusive partnership agreement with British Chamber of Commerce Abu Dhabi and we are proud of this agreement that represents the value and place of the bilateral relations, as this strong relationship extended even before the declaration of the union in the era of the Founding Father late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan and his Chief Advisor, Mr. Khalifa Bin Yousef Al Suwaidi, representative of the Ruler of Abu Dhabi, head of the Court for Foreign Relations.”

“Our partnership is an example of mutual interest and strengthening of the frameworks of relations between the two countries by opening up prospects for cooperation in various cultural and social fields,” added Dr. Al Suwaidi.

Mr. Nick Cochrane-Dyet, chair of British Chamber of Commerce Abu Dhabi, said that “We launched the British Chamber of Commerce Abu Dhabi in January 2022, having transitioned from BBG Abu Dhabi after 25 years as a Business Group. We did this with a conscious effort to dually focus on both UK and UAE business relations, promoting bilateral trade both ways between our regions.”

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