The Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) lately met with a high-level delegation from the Republic of Tajikistan to discuss prospects for collaboration and enhanced trade and possibilities for financial partnerships with company groups in Sharjah and Tajikistan in several key industries.
This happened during a conference lately hosted by the SCCI in the presence of Waleed Abdul Rahman Bu Khatir, the second vice president of the SCCI ; Dzumakhonzoda Dzamshed Dzurakhon, president of the Republic of Tajikistan’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry ; Mohammad Ahmed Amin Al Awadi, director-general of the SCCI; Bahodur Sharifi Mahmudzoda, Tajikistan’s Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates ; Ilhom Abdurahmon, Consul General of the Republic of Tajikistan in Dubai and Northern Emirates ; Adel Sangov, Vice President of the Tajikistan Chamber ; and Jassim Al-Mutawa, Commonwealth of Independent States Consultant.
Waleed Bu Khatir articulated the SCCI’s hopes that this conference would be a new beginning to broader opportunities for UAE-Tajikistan financial collaboration. Bu Khatir stressed the significance of paving the way for entrepreneurs to explore potential prospects for collaboration and possibilities for investment on both sides. This would assist to strengthen and deepen bilateral and economic connections, thus favorably reflecting on the quantity of trade between the two friendly nations.
The encouraging climate of the Sharjah Emirate enables businesses grow their businesses and increase their incomes as part of the vision of the Emirates to expand their economy’s manufacturing base and create non-oil exportsBu Khatir pointed out the excellent possibilities for promoting financial, trade and investment collaboration between the Republic of Tajikistan and the Sharjah Emirates in different industries, noting that the connection between the Arab countries and the nations of Central Asia is strong at all levels. Such a connection based on historical connections and a strong culture that helped provide a significant illustration of a shared job.