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Foreign Minister receives EDB Chief Executive

Foreign Minister receives EDB Chief Executive
Foreign Minister receives EDB Chief Executive

(Manama) – The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Khalifa, received the Chief Executive of the Economic Development Board (EDB), Khalid Al-Rumaihi.
The minister praised EDB’s achievements in supporting the national economy, diversifying sources of income and ensuring integration between various economic institutions. He affirmed the Ministry’s keenness to reinforce cooperation with the Economic Development Board in order to enhance the competitiveness of the Kingdom of Bahrain at the regional and international levels.
He also lauded Al-Rumaihi’s role in enriching the work of the board and implementing its programmes and activities, wishing him further success.
Al-Rumaihi praised the cooperation of the ministry with the EDB to strengthen the Kingdom’s economic and trade relations with various countries.

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