Dubai Customs, Japanese firms discuss ways to boost cooperation


The Director of Dubai Customs, Ahmed Mahboob Musabih, has received a delegation comprising representatives of Japanese companies headed by the Japanese Consul-General to Dubai, Dr. Akima Umezawa.
During the meeting, the parties discussed means of boosting economic cooperation between Japan and UAE and expanding cooperation with Japanese businesses and diplomatic missions.
Musabih reaffirmed the importance of cooperating with the Japanese diplomatic missions and companies to support mutual trade between the two states through providing high-quality services and facilities to clients and partners. “It is very important for us to boost ties with our friends in the Japanese business councils and corporates. Official relations between the UAE and Japan started more than 40 years ago with the opening of the UAE embassy in Japan in 1973 and the Japanese embassy in the UAE in 1974. Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the UAE in April 2018 and a number of agreements in energy, technology, innovation, education, and security were signed between the two friendly countries,” he added.
“Preparations for Expo 2020 are gaining momentum. Our ties with our partners are gaining more weight and importance, and we work hard at Dubai Customs to develop our initiatives for a better delivery of services and products.”

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