President of the Jordanian-European Business Association JEBA
and Head of the Jordanian delegation, Eisa Murad said that the two countries enjoy "warm ties", stressing the need to boost economic cooperation between the two countries.
The President of JEBA
, Issa Murad, stressed the strong ties between the two brotherly countries and expressed JordanaACAOs keenness to further boost economic cooperation.
Following their trip to Croatia, the delegation, which is led by JEBA
President Issa Murad, will visit Macedonia for talks on ways of forging closer trade, economic and investment ties between the two countries.
President Issa Murad said the forum provided an opportunity for businessmen from both countries to discuss forging closer cooperation and setting up trade partnerships and joint investment projects.
They said that the forum, which is organized by JEBA
in cooperation with the Polish Embassy in Amman, provides an opportunity to boost cooperation and set up trade and investment partnerships.
Murad added that the event, which is organized by JEBA
in cooperation with the Polish Embassy in Amman, will be attended by 20 Polish companies and more than 30 Jordanian companies.
Murad said JEBA
will work to ensure the success of the Jordanian-Hungarian Business Forum which will be held on the sidelines of the Hungarian prime minister's visit to the Kingdom early next year.
disclosed that it has completed the sale of certain assets of its Sure Fit operations to a group composed of members of the management team of Sure Fit and certain affiliates of JEBAS Capital LLC, a New York-based venture capital firm.