During a meeting with a Moroccan delegation at the merchants’ house the Chamber is considering the development of Bahrain-Morocco joint economic relations.

The Executive Chairman of Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Dr. Khalid Al-Ruwaihi, praised the bilateral relations between the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Kingdom of Bahrain. With the brotherly Morocco in various economic sectors in line with the aspirations of the leadership of the two friendly countries, and work to overcome all obstacles to access to economic relations integrated.

The Chief Executive pointed out the desire of the Bahraini private sector to develop mechanisms of joint cooperation between the two kingdoms, especially in view of the availability of various investment opportunities and promising opportunities. He called for encouraging the influx of businessmen and representatives of various Moroccan commercial and industrial sectors to come to Bahrain and invest in them. Bahrain from an attractive investment environment for all investments and economic projects.

For his part, the Moroccan side praised the deep bilateral relations and political ties between Morocco and Bahrain, praising the role played by the Chamber to strengthen and strengthen economic relations between the Kingdoms of Bahrain and Morocco, and pointed to a number of economic sectors booming in his country, Manufacturing, food, medicines, health, textiles, chemicals, petrochemicals, leather industries, etc. His call was directed to all Bahraini business owners to invest in these fields and explore opportunities in different fields. Thus strengthening economic frameworks for trade and investment cooperation existing between Morocco and Bahrain.

The two sides also proposed a number of ideas for the development of the Bahraini-Moroccan partnership, including the proposal to sign a cooperation agreement between the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry and its counterpart in Settat and the establishment of a promotional and marketing activity in the Kingdom of Bahrain during the last quarter of this year. Bahrain Chamber, and arrange a visit of a Moroccan trade delegation to Bahrain in the near future.