The delegation of Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Turkish Commercial Attaché in Dubai met with Hacen Ferhat Oglu, Head of the Economic Council for International Relations in Istanbul and heads of working groups of health, education, tourism and food sectors. The Ajman Chamber's delegation was headed by Mohammed Al Janahi Assistant Director of Key Services Sector at the chamber, and it included Sami Al Jallaf Director of Commercial Affairs and Sultan Khalifa Chairman of the Youth Business Forum.
This meetingcomesa view to strengthen the economic relationsbetween the Emirate ofAjman and the Republic ofTurkey by expandingthe economic prospectsbetween the both sides, whereas thechamber's delegationtouredvariousagenciesthat seek to invest and opennew markets in Ajman.
During the meeting, Mohammed Al Janahi, briefed the investment opportunities in the Emirate of Ajman, so as to attract companies operating in various areas of investment. He reviewed the economic status of Ajman and the available services to businessmen and companies. Al Janahi emphasized the openness of Ajman government to enter into agreements with the economic sectors in Turkey. Meanwhile, he stressed the role of Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the promotion of mutual economic relations and its encouragement to the Emirati businessmen to invest in Turkey.
The delegation during its tour in Turkey visited the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce and Industry, where they were received by Ahmed Halowaji Deputy Director of the Istanbul Chamber. The latter briefed them on the most important economic areas and the elements of investment in Istanbul. Also Assistant Director of Key Services Sector at the Ajman Chamber gave a presentation on the most important ingredients of economic and investment opportunities, in addition to the facilities provided by Emirate of Ajman for the Turkish investors and businessmen.
Mohammed Al Janahi pointed out that the tour which the chamber's delegation made in Turkey through visiting the Edirne Municipality and the Economic Council in Badrna, as well as the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce and Industry, comes in order to achieve one of its strategic objectives, which is a promotion to attract investors and a development of the national exports.
For his part, Sami Al Jallaf, Director of Commercial Affairs at the Chamber cited that "the visit contributed to the recognition on the economy of the Republic of Turkey, and we'll definitely work to ensure the strengthening of bilateral economic relations to build strong strategies for expanding the areas of investment between the Emirate of Ajman and the Republic of Turkey."