Al-Hajraf: Supreme Council leaders are eager to support joint action in the Gulf

His Excellency the Secretary General of the Cooperation Council for the Gulf Arab States, Dr. Nayef Falah Mubarak Al-Hajraf, praised the enthusiasm of the Supreme Council leaders in supporting joint action in the Gulf and in providing care and attention. To realize the aspirations of the citizens of the GCC States towards greater interdependence, cooperation and integration between them in various fields.

This happened in the course of a speech he gave in the occasion of the first meeting between the Excellence, the members of the Presidential Committee of the Advisory Board of the Supreme Council of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, and the President and members of the Council of The Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Gulf Cooperation Council states, today, in videoconference, with the participation of the Vice-President of the Presidency Committee of the Commission The Advisory Council of the Supreme Council, Dr. Ali bin Ahmed Al-Esai, and the President of the Federation of Chambers of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Ajlan bin Abdulaziz Al-Ajlan, and the presence of the members of the Advisory Board of the Supreme Council and the heads of the Gulf Chambers.

His Excellency Al-Hajraf indicated that the General Secretariat will make greater efforts to support the joint action process in the Gulf in all its fields, in particularly the economic and development aspects, based on his vital role in achieving this goal through the support and empowerment provided by the heads of the Supreme Council.

His Excellency the Secretary General stressed that the emerging international challenges and rapid economic changes in the international space, in in particular military conflicts, rising inflation, fluctuations in energy and material prices prime and shortages in supply chains, force us to make greater efforts and accelerate work to protect ourselves from international economic risks.

During the meeting, some topics on the agenda were discussed that aim to establish a basis for cooperation and integration between the authority and the federation, in how it helps identify the challenges and obstacles facing the Gulf private sector, working to overcome them and finding successful solutions for them and providing creative studies and initiatives that serve the private sector. Gulf; To deepen economic integration in the GCC countries and increase their economic growth.