March 28, 2022- An economic cooperation agreement between the two countries was signed between the International Investment and Business Confederation (ULUSKON) and the United Arab Emirates Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FCCI). “As ULUSKON, we shall continue our efforts to expand exports.” The ULUSKON President Nezaket Emine Atasoy said
President of ULUSKON and IHRDC-CIPDH Goodwill Ambassador Nezaket Emine Atasoy met with FCCI Secretary General Hamid Mohamed Bin Salem at Dubai Expo center to sign the Economic Cooperation Protocol. In her speech at the signing ceremony held in the Pavilion Turkey section, Atasoy emphasized the importance of cooperation.
“Today, we will make a cooperation protocol with the United Arab Emirates Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, and with this protocol, we aim to increase economic cooperation between both the Republic of Turkey and the United Arab Emirates. We will guide the business people who are directed to us by the Chambers of Commerce in the UAE, in regard to their investments for food & food proccessing, construction materials, real estate, machinery equipment, textile and medical equipment purchases from Turkey. Economic development post-pandemic is through exports. As ULUSKON, we will continue our efforts to expand exports,” Atasoy stated.
BIN SALEM: WE ARE READY TO COOPERATE IN ALL SECTORS
The FCCI Genral Secretary Bin Salem, on the other hand, expressed the Federation’s willingness to introduce the opportunities offered by ULUSKON to business owners who want to invest in Turkey and said, “ULUSKON has our full support in all the works it will carry out. We are ready for cooperation in all sectors. Our door is open to the Turkish business world. We look forward to advance our economic ties with Turkey, which has recently strengthened, by signing this cooperation protocol with ULUSKON. We shall provide all kinds of support to investors from the Turkish business world in the coming term.”
Following the announcements, a memorandum of understanding was signed by the parties in a framework of economic cooperation. It is expected that the cooperation between the two countries will accelerate the mutual imports, exports and the investments in the near future.