Senegal's President Macky Sall encouraged Kuwaiti businessmen to invest in his country since foreign investors are given privileges where they could own and establish their own companies there.
Mackey made this remark when he met representatives from Kuwait private sector at the Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI), on the fringes of the third Afro-Arab summit which was recently held in the State of Kuwait.
He stressed that Senegal's solid democratic system, its political stability and its ambitious development plan to develop its infrastructure should be incentive to generate more investors to the country.
The Senegalese President expressed his appreciation for the Kuwaiti leadership in hosting the Afro-Arab summit which was a success at all levels.
On his part, First Vice Chairman of KCCI Khalid Al-Sager said that the summit was an opportunity to widen the horizon of investments and promote joint economic ties. Therefore, it's only natural that these goals should be translated to tangible work and efforts.
He noted that KCCI would exert all efforts to make investment ventures possible in both countries.