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Irish PM Receives UAE Trade Delegation

Irish PM Receives UAE Trade Delegation
Irish PM Receives UAE Trade Delegation

(Dublin) – Ireland’s Prime Minister, Enda Kenny has received in his office, the UAE Ambassador to the Republic of Ireland, H.E. Khalid Nasser Rashid Lootah and the UAE trade delegation, led by Khalfan Saeed Al Kaabi, First Vice Chairman of Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The delegation is attending the Abu Dhabi-Ireland Economic Forum 2014. More than 40 entities, representing a number of UAE companies.
The Irish Prime Minister hailed the progress that has been achieved by the UAE in all fields, especially in the area of economy. He also pointed out the importance of such meetings, stressing Ireland’s keenness on establishing economic cooperation ties and investment partnership with private sector companies in the country.

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