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Kabariti calls for better ties with Brazil, Georgia

By Petra - Dec 01,2015 - Last updated at Dec 01,2015

AMMAN — Jordan Chamber of Commerce (JCC) President Nael Kabariti on Tuesday called for enhancing the Kingdom's commercial and investment cooperation with Brazil and Georgia, and increasing relations among their private sectors' institutions.

Kabariti made these remarks at two separate meetings with Brazilian and Georgian ambassadors to the Kingdom Francisco Carlos Soares Luz and Grigori Tabatadaze respectively.

At the meeting with the Brazilian diplomat, the JCC president stressed the importance of increasing relations between both countries' private sector representatives.

He also referred to a planned visit by a Jordanian economic delegation to Brazil soon, so as to launch new scopes of commercial relations, increase the commercial exchange volume and encourage the private sector to establish joint investment projects.

Luz said the Brazilian foreign minister is currently preparing to visit the Kingdom with a high-profile delegation, stressing the significance of exchanging commercial delegations.

He also called for benefiting from entrepreneur sectors to invest in his country, and boosting cooperation in the pharmaceutical, transport and food sectors. 

At the meeting with Tabatadaze, Kabariti commended the Jordanian-Georgian ties at different sectors, describing these relations as a solid base to enhancing economic cooperation and increasing the commercial exchange.

 

Tabatadaze noted that the Georgian chamber of commerce and industry is willing to sign a memorandum of understanding with the JCC to develop the commercial exchange between the two countries and exchanging information on economic sectors, in addition to cooperating in technical fields to support small- and medium-sized enterprises. 

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