There are wide opportunities between Armenia and Jordan for the development of cooperation. Armenian Minister of Economy Tigran Khachatryan stated this on February 10 at the Armenian-Jordanian business forum. The forum is being held as part of the visit of the ABDULLAH II, King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, to Yerevan.
The Armenian Minister during his speech emphasized that today's business forum will significantly contribute to the further expansion of friendly relations and economic cooperation between the two countries. "From the point of view of creating business relations, implementing mutually beneficial projects and long-term investments, it is very important to have a reliable partnership. I am convinced that Armenia can become a promising partner for Jordan. Our bilateral economic relations have great potential for development, and we would like the private sector Jordan discovered Armenia, today Armenia is a country of opportunities with modern, educated, hardworking human capital and profitable formats of cooperation with many countries. We pursue an open-door policy without any restrictions on investment activities. Today we have created an effective system of encouraging investment in export-oriented industries. All this makes Armenia even more attractive from the point of view of business and investment activity>, the minister noted.
He added that the Armenian government is ready to help businessmen implement all the agreements. Speaking about the effectiveness of measures aimed at strengthening economic ties with established ties in the private sector, the Minister emphasized that the Investment Support Center under the Ministry of Economy is ready to provide the private sector with the greatest possible assistance in establishing business contacts. "I am convinced that through conscientious and efficient work, we will achieve significant results in the promotion and development of Armenian-Jordanian cooperation, contributing to the establishment of mutually beneficial business ties and the orientation of new areas of cooperation," the minister said.
In turn, Minister of Industry, Trade and Supply of Jordan Tariq Hammouri said in his speech that the Jordanian private sector is enthusiastic about establishing economic relations with Armenia, and there are real opportunities for cooperation between the two countries. "There is a desire, there is enthusiasm, so I think that we will have both short-term and long-term plans," said the Jordanian minister.
It should be noted that a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Armenia and the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Supply of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. The memorandum was signed by Minister of Economy of the Republic of Armenia Tigran Khachatryan and Minister of Industry, Trade and Supply of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Tariq Hammouri .
In industry presentations organized for conference participants, the structure of the economy of Armenia and Jordan was presented, attractive investment areas, and tourism potential of both countries.
The conference continued its work in B2B format.