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UAE Chamber of Commerce and Industry to help promote goods from Kyrgyzstan

Kabar. The UAE Chamber of Commerce and Industry will help Kyrgyz entrepreneurs to promote their products and interests.

Presidents of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Kyrgyz Republic Temir Sariev and the UAE Mohammed Ali Rashid Lootah discussed in Bishkek the possibilities of expanding cooperation.

“I know that Kyrgyz honey is highly valued in Dubai. Today, several companies that supply sweet treats are already actively operating in the UAE, and now it is necessary to increase the volumes. Also in Dubai, meat from Kyrgyzstan is highly valued. I can say that just the other day a private company ordered 200 heads of cattle from Kyrgyzstan for a family event. Therefore, our entrepreneurs are ready to organize the supply of meat in sufficient quantities,” Sariev stressed.

According to the President of the UAE Chamber of Commerce and Industry, thanks to the efforts of the Kyrgyz Embassy, direct flights between Bishkek and Abu Dhabi will be open in summer. This will greatly facilitate logistics and reduce the cost of transportation costs.

“We are ready to provide comprehensive assistance to the work of representatives of Kyrgyz companies, and we will do our best to establish strong partner trade and economic relations between the companies of the two countries. We also intend to help Kyrgyz businessmen in promoting their interests and products,” said Mohammed Ali Rashid Lootah.

In addition, a wish was expressed that offices of large companies from Kyrgyzstan would be opened in the UAE, which would undoubtedly affect the expansion of business ties.

Also, the UAE Chamber of Commerce and Industry emphasized that they are interested in the tourism sector in Kyrgyzstan. According to them, the extraordinarily beautiful nature attracts travel enthusiasts, and in order for this interest to be at a high level, it is necessary to create an infrastructure. The UAE Chamber of Commerce and Industry is ready to assist in finding investors for the development of tourism.

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