Isakov and Crown Prince of Emirate of Fujairah discuss strengthening bilateral business ties

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Bishkek, Feb. 11, 2018 / Kabar /. Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic Sapar Isakov met today in with Crown Prince of the Emirate of Fujairah Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi in the framework of participation in the 6th World Summit of Governments in Dubai (UAE), the Kyrgyz Government’s press service reported.

During the meeting topical issues of bilateral cooperation in various spheres were discussed.

The Kyrgyz prime minister noted the special need to strengthen business ties between representatives of business structures of the two countries. He stressed that this measure will have a positive impact on bilateral economic relations in general, which, he said, are at a high level today.

Sapar Isakov briefed about the work in Kyrgyzstan to improve the legislative framework in the relationship of investors and government agencies, as well as to improve the mechanism of public-private partnership.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi stressed that in recent years a number of positive changes have been observed in Kyrgyzstan, which, he said, is evidence of the active work of the Government in attracting foreign investments and effective management. Mohammed bin Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi said that Kyrgyzstan has great potential for expanding trade, economic, cultural and humanitarian ties with the UAE.

He also noted that entrepreneurs of Kyrgyzstan and the Emirate of Fujairah have already begun to conclude mutually beneficial contracts, which is a good foundation for further development of bilateral cooperation.

Prime Minister Sapar Isakov invited the Crown Prince of the Emirate of Fujairah to visit Kyrgyzstan and take part in the Third World Nomad Games and also suggested considering the possibility of holding a joint business forum.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi expressed his readiness for holding this event and working out its details at the level of the working groups.

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