H.E. Ambassador of Kingdom of Bahrain to United States of America participates in meeting with government representatives and businessmen organized by Palm Beach World Tr
The Ambassador of the Kingdom of Bahrain to the United States, H.E. Shaikh Abdullah bin Rashid Al Khalifa, during his visit to Miami, participated in a meeting organized by the World Trade Center in Palm Beach and hosted by Chancellor Arthur Keiser at Keiser University in Palm Beach, with the participation of more than fifty representatives from the government and businessmen, where discussions revolved around the enormous opportunities for business, trade, education and tourism between Miami and the Kingdom of Bahrain.
The Ambassador expressed the Kingdom of Bahrain’s pride in the strategic partnership and the existing historical relations with the United States of America in many fields, including the economy and trade, foremost of which is the Free Trade Agreement, and the establishment of the U.S. Free Trade Zone in the Kingdom of Bahrain. He emphasized the vitality and openness of the economic environment enjoyed by the Kingdom of Bahrain, the foundations of which were laid by the reformist approach of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, including the preservation of rights and duties and the rule of law, in line with the Bahrain Economic Vision 2030, which is based on the principles of sustainability, competitiveness and justice, thus making the Kingdom continue its leadership in diversifying sources of income and attracting investments in the region.
For her part, Ms. Pamela Dubin, an expert on global affairs, indicated that the Kingdom of Bahrain's signing of the Abraham Accords expands the capacity and influence of the shared values between the United States of America and the Kingdom of Bahrain, adding that the Kingdom of Bahrain is a pioneering country in the areas of innovation and openness in terms of geographical, educational, financial and technical terms, adding that they are the right partner for them in Palm Beach County.
The meeting discussed opportunities for commercial cooperation for U.S. companies in various economic sectors.
The meeting was also attended by Ms. Rose Sager, Trade Representative of the Kingdom of Bahrain.