VP, UAE Ambassador Discuss Promoting Bilateral Cooperation

JAKARTA (ANTARA) – Vice President Marhu Amin met with the Indonesian Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Abdullah Salem Obaid Al-Dhaheri on Monday to discuss bilateral cooperation in various fields.

The Vice President expressed hope that previous agreements, such as those signed in the field of education between Nahdatul Ulama University in Yogyakarta and the Emirate’s Mohammed bin Zayed University of Humanities and Sciences, will be followed up quickly. expressed.

“We welcome and support bilateral cooperation to establish schools for future research. We hope that this cooperation will materialize soon,” it said in a statement issued on Monday.

At a meeting held here at the Vice President’s Office on Monday, he urged the UAE to work with Indonesia’s Islamic economic and financial sector as well as Indonesian educational institutions.

“Indonesia would like to strengthen cooperation in the field of (marketing) of key products in the fields of fashion, pharmacy, tourism, halal food and beverages. We would like to designate it as an export hub,” Amin said.

He praised the UAE’s willingness to invest in the development of the new capital and its cyber and intelligence sector.

Meanwhile, Ambassador Ardaheri informed the Vice President that he is working with an educational institution based in Surakarta, Central Java.

“We are pleased to announce that we have partnered with an educational institution focused on Islamic philosophy in Surakarta and we hope to further strengthen our cooperation in this area,” he said.

While welcoming Amin’s invitation to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the Islamic economy and financial sector, he expressed hope for the UAE to cooperate in more sectors, including industry.

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