Ajman Chamber signs trade deal with Russian company


Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry has signed an agreement with Russian company Ros Global Export to establish joint development plans and programs that boost trade, facilitate the exchange of delegations between the two sides and attract investment .

Signed at the Business Communication Center of Expo 2020 Dubai, the agreement supports opportunities for collaboration to ensure that both sides benefit from business, tourism and investment opportunities.

The deal will see the two sides working together to organize conferences, meetings, seminars and workshops, in addition to agreeing on procedures for attending external events. The two entities will also work together to define promotional plans and use social media to advertise their respective programs and organize meetings for businessmen on both sides.

The agreement was signed by Mohamed Ali Al Janahi, executive director of business development and investments at Ajman’s chamber, and Dmitriy Polyakov, managing director of Ros Global Export.

The collaboration agreement provides that both parties facilitate the exchange of knowledge and statistics, and that each benefit from training programs, activities, events and conferences organized by the other party. The two parties also agree to exchange expertise, studies and research.

“The Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry is always seeking to expand and diversify its network of collaborators and partnerships around the world,” said Mohamed Ali Al Janahi.

“Signing this collaboration agreement is part of our activities here at Expo 2020, which presents the ideal backdrop for business development efforts and plans to stimulate and expand business activities in various sectors and countries.

“Our goal of this agreement with Ros Global Export is to open up new markets for Chamber members, to increase our trade with Russia and to provide common ground for future meetings with businessmen. Russian Federation in order to explore the available opportunities, ”he added.

In accordance with the agreement, each party will provide all necessary facilities to the other party to implement their programs and activities. The two sides will also coordinate the visits of trade delegations and explore new mutually beneficial opportunities. – TradeArabia News Service


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