The agreement was signed by the Vice President and Foreign Minister, Isabel de Saint Malo, and Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan
The governments of Panama and the United Arab Emirates have launched for the establishment of a Joint Committee on Cooperation between the two countries.
The agreement was signed by the Vice President and Foreign Minister, Isabel de Saint Malo, and Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE Foreign Minister, on his official visit to Panama.
Through the Committee will promote and coordinate programs in the political, economic, commercial, cultural, legal, security, social context, environment, tourism, technology, humanitarian aid and other topics of interest to Panama and the United Arab Emirates.
‘The Committee is the legal basis for launching joint investment projects, including the participation of UAE companies in the procurement of five-year investment plan of this government, especially energy and maritime, “said Panamanian Vice President and Foreign Minister.
The tour of the UAE foreign affairs minister is looking for investments to deepen cooperation in political and development issues.
‘UAE is interested in exploring a wide range of possibilities, including airports, ports, banking, logistics, infrastructure, energy. The United Arab Emirates have a special development in the energy industry and are interested in exploring the possibility of development in this field not only in Panama, but from Panama and through Panama ‘said the chief diplomat of the United Arab Emirates in conference press.
Prior to signing the agreement, the vice president held a bilateral meeting with UAE Minister followed by an expanded meeting with delegations from both countries, in which the opening of the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in 2017 Panama confirmed as well as the appointment of the current Panama consul in Dubai as ambassador of Panama to the United Arab Emirates.
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