This happened during the meeting held recently between Abdullah Sultan Al Owais, president of the SCCI, and Antonio Carricarte Corona, president of the Cuban Chamber of Commerce.
The meeting was held at the representative office of the Sharjah Chamber participating in Expo 2020 Dubai, in the presence of Abdulaziz Shattaf Musaed, General Manager of Communication and Business Sector, Sharjah Chamber, and Jamal Bouzanjal, Director of Corporate Communications Department, Sharjah Chamber. .
Also present were Luis Martinez, from the Department of International Relations for the Middle East and African Countries of the Chamber of Cuba, and Heba Al Marzouki, head of the Department of Business Councils and Joint Committees.
Abdullah Sultan Al Owais said that the SCCI aims to improve the exchange of investments and strengthen the movement of commercial and tourist activity between the emirate of Sharjah and Cuba, where the two countries aspire to strengthen economic cooperation and to make the most of their great resources. .
This would help open up new prospects for the business community and attract new investment to the two friendly countries.
Al Owais highlighted CSIC’s services in supporting the private sector and business environment in the emirate of Sharjah and its role in developing business relations for Sharjah in particular and the UAE in general. He pointed out that Sharjah is a gateway for Gulf and regional markets, thanks to its strategic location and the sophisticated logistics services it provides.
Antonio Carricarte Corona praised the outstanding position of the United Arab Emirates at the regional and international levels, affirming his country’s desire to strengthen joint relations and increase the volume of trade between the two countries, while allowing men to business to benefit from investment opportunities in both countries. .
Corona highlighted the importance of forging lasting partnerships in booming sectors, such as the healthcare sector and renewable energy, due to the UAE’s global leadership in this area.
“I hope the next stage will see a leap forward in the volume of economic, trade, tourism and investment relations for the benefit of the two friendly countries,” he added.