Hungarian and Omani Chamber Senior Officials Meeting Focuses on Trade and Cultural Relations | Oman time

Today, a high-level Hungarian government delegation led by Lorand Krisztian Lang, Chief Operating Officer of the GCC (HEPA) the Hungarian Export Promotion Agency, met with the President of the Oman Chamber of Commerce, HE Engineer Redha Juma Mohamed Ali Al-Saleh, in his office. Prominent Pakistani businessman Hameed Ahmed Baloch and Syed Imtiaz Ali Gilani were also present at the meeting.

During the meeting, it was discussed in detail and agreed by both parties to focus on the future improvement of trade and cultural relations between Oman and Hungary.

HE Engineer Redha Juma Mohamed Ali Al-Saleh said: “We need full cooperation between the two countries to provide businesses a clear path to innovate new business ideas and a combined market demand analysis mechanism to businesses can thrive”. Furthermore, HE Engineer Redha Juma Mohamed Ali Al-Sale commended Syed Imtiaz Ali Gilani for his tireless efforts for the promotion of tri-country trade relations between Oman, Hungary and Pakistan and said Syed Imtiaz Ali Gilani is the spirit of all these efforts.

Lorand Krisztian assured HE Engineer Redha Juma Mohamed Ali Al-Saleh, Hameed Ahmed Baloch, Syed Imtiaz Ali Gilani that his presence in Oman advocates the future success of the trilateral trade relationship between the countries and offered his sincere Thanks to HE Engineer Redha Juma for giving the opportunity for a thorough discussion to improve business relationship.

Hameed Ahmed Baloch also expresses his view to boost the relations between these countries to the next level to stimulate and increase the volume of trilateral trade to participate in the economic growth of countries.

At the end of the meeting, gifts were exchanged between HE Engineer Redha Juma Mohamed Ali Al-Saleh and Lorand Krisztian Lang. The President of the Oman Chamber of Commerce presented Souvenir to Hameed Ahmed Baloch and Syed Imtiaz Ali Gilani of the Oman Chamber of Commerce and once again appreciated them for their role in boosting relations between these three countries.

Laura T. Thrasher