Dubai Customs explores ways to boost trade cooperation with Turkish delegation

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Dubai Customs holds meeting with Turkish delegation
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Dubai Customs has explored ways to strengthen the trade cooperation with a delegation from the Turkish Consulate.

Dubai Customs held a meeting with the Turkish to enhance cooperation, exchange customs expertise and knowledge, as well as boost mutual trade.

Mr. Mohammed Abdullah Al Suwaidi, Acting Director of the Customs Intelligence Department, received the visitors and reaffirmed the importance of meetings with diplomatic missions to enhance cooperation and develop mutual trade.

The Acting Director of the Customs Intelligence Department highlighted the growing volume and value of trade between Dubai and Turkey, which reflected the distinctive relations between the two sides.

“Undoubtedly cooperation between Dubai Customs and the commercial attaché at the Turkish Consulate will help boost the exchange of trade and intelligence information, which can enhance commercial activities, facilitate the supply chain and encourage more investments,” Mr. Al Suwaidi further added.

According to the statement, Mr. Yunis Ibrahim, Senior Manager of Customer Service at the Client Happiness Department, and Ms. Maryam Al Muhairi, Manager of the External Relations Section at the Corporate Communication Department, attended the meeting.

Earlier this year, Mr. Ahmed Mahboob Musabih, Director-General of Dubai Customs and CEO of Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation discussed ways to enhance economic and trade cooperation with Mr. Moon Byung-Jun, South Korea Consul-General, and members of the South Korean Business Council in Dubai.

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