Ibrahim Al-Mahmoud, first deputy chairman of the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry, recently hosted Major General Khaled Fouda, governor of South Sinai in Egypt, along with a delegation from the country.
The goal of the meeting was to discuss Emirati business presence in Egyptian markets and how this presence can positively serve the economy of each country.
Sharif Al-Diwani, deputy Egyptian ambassador to the UAE, accompanied the delegation to the meeting. Abu Dhabi Chamber Board Members Ahmed Al Soudin, Ibrahim Al-Khajah and Khan Zaman attended the meeting as well, along with Helal Al-Hameli, acting director general of the Abu Dhabi Chamber, and a multitude of companies operating in Abu Dhabi.
Al-Mahmoud noted that the meeting represented an opportunity for businessmen from his country to explore available investments in Egypt, especially in the Governate of South Sinai.
Fouda, for his part, praised the relationship between the UAE and Egypt, stating that Egypt is seeing benefits from UAE business presence. Fouda hopes that Emirati businessmen and investors continue to diversify their projects in Egypt and particularly the South Sinai governate.