Zaghdar chairs the 15th session of the Algerian-Emirati Joint Commission in Abu Dhabi on Friday

The Minister of Industry, Ahmed Zaghdar and the Minister of Economy of the United Arab Emirates, Abdullah Al-Marri will co-chair, on Friday in Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates), the work of the 15th session of the Algerian-Emirati Joint Commission, said a statement of the Ministry of Industry.

“The Minister of Industry, Mr Ahmed Zaghdar and the Minister of Economy, Mr Abdullah Al-Marri will co-chair the 15th session of the Algerian-Emirati Joint Commission which will be held on Friday 24 February 2023 in Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates),” the statement says.

The preparatory meetings of this session, at the level of experts, took place on Tuesday in Abu Dhabi, under the chairmanship of the Director General of Arab countries at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and National Community Abroad, Noureddine Khendoudi on the Algerian side, and the head of trade offices and representations at the Ministry of Economy, Hind Youha on the Emirati side, attended by the Algerian ambassador to Abu Dhabi.

During this meeting, the heads of the two delegations underlined the depth of the historical strategic bilateral relations which reflect the fraternal ties uniting the two countries, affirming the importance of the Joint Commission mechanism as a platform for the promotion of economic and trade relations and its central role in the definition of priority sectors of cooperation.

The two parties also expressed the willingness of the governments of the two countries to establish new economic and investment partnerships in the sectors of cooperation that will be at the centre of the debates of the joint commission, stressing the need to implement the recommendations of the joint commission in order to boost the economic growth of both countries.

The committee of experts will discuss, during three days, issues related to cooperation and partnership relations between the two countries in the economic, commercial, financial and technical fields, and will examine the draft legal texts aiming at boosting and reinforcing bilateral cooperation in several vital areas of common interest, before submitting them on Friday to the ministerial meeting.

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