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To Collaborate and Boost Trade with Estonian Ambassador to UAE, Ajman Chamber explores for opportunities

  • To Collaborate and Boost Trade with Estonian Ambassador to UAE, Ajman Chamber explores for opportunities

To Collaborate and Boost Trade with Estonian Ambassador to UAE, Ajman Chamber explores for opportunities

 

H.E. Jaan Reinhold, Ambassador of the Republic of Estonia to the United Arab Emirates on a visit to the Chamber to explore prospects of economic collaboration and ways to boost bilateral trade between the two countries was welcomed by His Excellency Eng. Abdullah Al Muwaiji, Chairman of the Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry.   The Chamber’s Director General H.E. Salem Al Suwaidi and its Director of International Business and Promoting H.E. Marwan Hareb Al Ariani, along with Ege Devon, Chief Representative Officer of Enterprise Estonia in the GCC attended the meeting. The discussion involved various ways to benefit from the investment opportunities the two countries have to offer in different sectors, as well as facilities that need to be provided to investors and the business community in both Ajman and Estonia.

Eng. Abdullah Al Muwaiji said “Today’s visit lays the groundwork for further collaboration and strengthens our partnerships in promising sectors, especially trade and tourism. These meetings offer an important platform where we can exchange expertise and flag opportunities – specifically, the prospects of embedding technology into the industrial sector, which is an area where the Republic of Estonia excels.”

H.E. added “Estonia and the UAE enjoy close and continuously growing relations. This creates ample opportunities for growing trade relations, which we can benefit from to develop the business community in the emirate, attract foreign direct investment, support investors, and establish a stimulating environment for them.”

The meeting went on to discuss key areas where Ajman and Estonia can cooperate, most notable among them being general education and higher education. Attendees also discussed the possibility of opening channels between universities and health sector institutions.