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Friday, 26 January 2018

PM Meets with Heads of Major Canadian and UAE Investment Companies in Davos

In the framework of the World Economic Forum in Davos, on January 25, Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan met with Bodur al-Qasimi, Head of Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (United Arab Emirates).

Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan presented the process of reforms in Armenia, aimed at improving the investment climate, and creating a more favorable business environment. The Head of the Armenian Government thanked Mrs. Qasimi for the renovation program her family implemented several years ago at Haghartsin monastic complex.

In turn, Bodur al-Qasimi noted that Armenia is viewed as an interesting market and a good platform for entering other major markets. Bodur al-Qasimi said she was impressed with Armenia’s cultural heritage and was glad that her company had contributed to the rehabilitation of one of the most beautiful monasteries in Armenia.

Karen Karapetyan’s next meeting was with John M. Beck, founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of Aecon Group Inc., Canada.

The Premier presented the reforms implemented and the business opportunities available in Armenia, as well as a number of public-private partnership-based projects that could be of interest to the Canadian company.

John Beck noted in turn that Armenia is exciting as a developing country with great potential, and they will consider all the proposed projects and the possibility of participating in them.

Completing the visit to Switzerland, the delegation led by PM Karen Karapetyan returned to Yerevan yesterday evening.

May 2022