Dignitaries after the meeting.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Sharjah Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCI) stressed its willingness to strengthen economic relations between Sharjah and Egypt.
This was stated during a meeting between Abdullah Sultan Al Owais, Chairman SCCI and Ashraf Deeb, Consul General of the Arab Republic of Egypt in Dubai.
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Al Owais underlined the SCCI’s keenness on boosting relationships between Sharjah and Egypt and stepping up the volume of trade exchange and joint investments, pointing out that this is part of the Chamber’s strategy to strengthen economic ties with the sisterly and friendly countries, in line with the emirate’s ambitious economic vision.
The SSCI called on the Egyptian business community to participate in various economic exhibitions so as to get familiarized with the emirates economic activities.
Ashraf Al-Deeb said the Egyptian Government is hopeful for a strong relationship in which companies operating in Sharjah would invest in projects in Egypt.