Ambassador Novic called on the Abu Dhabi Chamber to form a trade mission to his country in order to be introduced to the available trade opportunities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, especially that the business community is organizing a business forum in April to be launch pad for many investment initiatives.
The ambassador praised the strong relationship between the UAE and Bosnia and Herzegovina on all levels, noting that between 30,000 to 35,000 Emirati tourists visit the country every year. “Many Emirati investments focus on the property sector in the Bosnian capital considering the importance of tourism and the great geographical and natural features of the country,” he said.
Novic discussed with Al Mheiri the formation of a Bosnian business council in Abu Dhabi that would include Bosnian businesses operating in the emirate. For his part, His Excellency Al Mheiri said that the Abu Dhabi Chamber is ready to increase its joint cooperation with all Bosnian companies who are members at the Chamber and operating in Abu Dhabi and all the other emirates in general.
This comes within the interest of the Chamber to support businesses and creating the proper environment for foreign companies. He added that there are more than 20 business councils in Abu Dhabi, which house thousands of operating companies in different economic and services sectors.