Saudi Arabia, Eritrea Strengthen Agricultural Cooperation
Saudi Arabia and Eritrea have embarked on a significant collaborative journey, focusing on enhancing cooperation in the fields of agriculture, fisheries, and livestock.
This strategic partnership aligns with both nations’ efforts to bolster their agricultural sectors and expand economic cooperation.
High-Level Meetings, Agreements
A pivotal meeting in Riyadh between Eritrea’s President Isaias Afwerki and Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Environment, Water, and Agriculture, Eng. Abdulrahman Bin Abdulmohsen Al-Fadhli, set the stage for this cooperation.
They discussed various aspects of collaboration and agreed to coordinate efforts to strengthen their partnership in the mentioned fields.
In another key engagement, Eng. Ahmed S. AlAiadh, Saudi Deputy Minister for Agriculture, met with Mr. Hagos Ghebrehiwet, the Economic Advisor to the President of Eritrea.
This meeting, attended by Saudi businessmen and the Saudi Ambassador to Eritrea, focused on discussing ways to enhance cooperation in agriculture, livestock, and fisheries, and explored investment opportunities in Eritrea.
Strategic Roadmap for Cooperation
A strategic roadmap for Saudi-Eritrea cooperation in investments in agriculture, fisheries, and animal husbandry was discussed by President Isaias and Eng. Abdulrahman Alfadley.
This roadmap underscores the commitment of both countries to develop long-term, sustainable cooperation in these vital sectors.
These high-level discussions between Saudi Arabia and Eritrea mark a significant step in their bilateral relations.
The focus on agriculture, fisheries, and livestock reflects a mutual understanding of the importance of these sectors in driving economic growth and development.
The established roadmap and ongoing discussions indicate a promising future for collaboration between the two nations, benefiting not only their economies but also contributing to regional stability and growth.
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