Sharjah Healthcare City signs landmark German deal
SHARJAH, 11 days ago
Sharjah Healthcare City (SHCC) said it has signed a landmark co-operation agreement with the Arab German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Ghorfa).
This agreement will establish ties and extend co-operation in promoting the Sharjah Healthcare City project situated in UAE emirate.
As per the deal, Ghorfa will assist in promoting Sharjah Healthcare City in Germany and other European countries.
The co-operation agreement was signed in line with the 10th Arab German Health Forum in Berlin between Abdulla Ali Mahyan, the chairman, Sharjah Healthcare City and Abdulaziz Al Mikhlafi, the secretary general, Ghorfa Arab German Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
This agreement aims further to strengthen cooperation in healthcare sectors that support the authority’s endeavors and to ensure that its healthcare services are provided by the best and most advanced international experts.
Speaking on the occasion, Abdullah Al Mahyan, said: "This landmark co-operation agreement further strengthens our commitment to providing excellent healthcare services in Sharjah."
"The agreement with our partners, Ghorfa aims to support the SHCC’s vision of attracting the healthcare industry’s most respected entities into UAE through Sharjah Healthcare City. We expect this agreement to further elevate Sharjah's position as a formidable player in the global healthcare sector," stated Al Mahyan.
Ghorfa will also identify key investors for the SHCC and work in partnership with the authorities to foster the co-operation between Sharjah and Germany in the healthcare field.
In order to further promote and encourage the promising co-operation between German and Arab partners in the health sector, Ghorfa, together with high profile partners from Germany and the Arab World, hosted the 10th Arab German Health Forum in Berlin.
Renowned German and Arab health experts from business, politics and science discussed current trends and projects in the Arab countries and Germany.
The SHCC chairman emphasized that the SHCC and Ghorfa have exchanged a number of views about the existing healthcare system in both countries and have agreed on mutual cooperation in several key areas.
To this end, this agreement is aimed at strengthening relations and cementing several core partnerships. One of the main strategic objectives of SHCC is always to partner with international counterparts to share the knowledge, best practices and human resource, he added.-TradeArabia News Service