Economic relations and cooperation between the UAE and Malaysia on opportunities in agricultural sectors of third party coutnries were discussed by UAE’s assistant foreign minister for economic affairs Khalid Al-Ghaith and Malaysian ambassador Ahmed Anwar Bin Adnan. In remarks at the meeting, Ghaith noted that strong relations with Malaysia continue to grow.
Recently a delegation from the Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) has embarked on a weeklong tour of the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur. The aim of the visit is twofold Shurooq hopes to explore means of cooperation and develop economic relations with Malaysia whilst promoting the business potential of and investment attractions in the emirate of Sharjah.
During the tour the delegation led by Shurooq CEO Marwan Bin Jassim Al Sarkal and including Elie Armaly, Director of Business Development at Shurooq and Mohammed Juma Al Musharrakh, Head of Investment Promotion at Shurooq meet with a number of government and private economic and investment bodies in Malaysia.
Speaking about the trip and its goals, Al Sarkal stated that it is in line with Shurooq’s ambitious strategy to encourage and attract corporate and individual investors from around the world, as well as to boost Sharjah’s prominence on the global economic map.
The tour forms part of Shurooq’s nonstop efforts and ongoing keenness to inform the international community of Sharjah’s investment attractions and to highlight the emirate’s various economic and geographic elements. It is also aimed at strengthening economic ties with Malaysia, Al Sarkal said.