Saturday, 23 Jan 2021
As part of preparations for the ninth edition of the Omani Products Exhibition (Opex 2018), to be held in Nairobi, Kenya, from October 29 to November 1, a Kenyan trade delegation visited the sultanate.

Kenyan delegation visits Oman ahead of items expo in Nairobi

The delegation, headed by Kibrono Kitoni, chairman of the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry, discussed joint cooperation for the establishment and promotion of the exhibition amongst the businesses, institutions and businessmen in each Oman and Kenya. It also looked at techniques of supplying all assistance to accomplish its objectives.

During the go to, the delegation met H E Dr Ali bin Masoud bin Ali al Sunaidy, Minister of Commerce and Industry, exactly where the minister discussed enhancing trade cooperation in between Oman and Kenya.

The delegation also met Rashid bin Amer al Meslihi, chairman of the Board of Directors of the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Ayman bin Abdullah al Hassani, chairman of Opex organising committee, Sheikh Fahmi bin Eid al Hinai, honorary consul of Ethiopia in Oman, vice chairman of the organising committee of Opex.

Qais bin Mohammed al Yousuf, chairman of the Board of Directors of the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry, welcomed the going to delegation, stressing the depth of financial and trade relations in between Oman and Kenya.

He pointed at the significance of enhancing trade cooperation and escalating trade and investment exchanges in between the two friendly nations. Exhibitions, visits of trade delegations, signing of bilateral agreements and memoranda of understanding connected to the physical exercise of financial activities in between Omani institutions and parties in Kenya contribute considerably to the promotion of trade relations and joint ventures.

Kitoni stressed on the significance of strengthening trade relations in between Oman and Kenya and functioning with each other to discover joint projects that serve the financial interests in between the two nations.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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