The Brazilian president stated that the country wants to cooperate with nations which have undergone political and social change. In Lima, Peru, she condemned violence in Syria.
Arab Brazilian Chamber president Salim Schahin participated in a panel on natural resources at the Aspa CEO Summit, in Peru. Speakers defended the transformation of raw material at the origin.
Qatari company has agricultural projects around the world and has declared itself open to opportunities in the region. Potential food partnerships were discussed at the Aspa Business Forum, in Peru.
The South American-Arab Summit should receive eight heads of state from South America and four Arabs. The final document is 99% ready and should call for respect for territory and cease fire in Syria.
The Aspa CEO summit will be an opportunity to generate closer ties with representatives of the Arab countries with new governments, said Salim Schahin, a panellist at the meeting on Monday.
Those interested in participating in the CEO Summit of South American-Arab Countries, in Peru, next week, may enrol at the CNI. There should be roundtables.
Companies in the construction, transport, agribusiness and infrastructure sectors should also be represented in the business forum at the Summit of South American-Arab Countries, in Peru.
Meeting between Arab and South American leaders, to take place in October, in Peru, should have minutes decided during the UN General Assembly. Preliminary agenda includes tourism and transportation.
The embassy of Peru in Brazil confirmed to the Foreign Office that the Summit of South American-Arab Countries, scheduled for this month, was transferred to April due to crisis in some Arab nations.
Companies may enrol for participation in the business meetings to take place in the sidelines of the Summit of South American-Arab Countries, in Lima. Businessmen from both regions are welcome.
The 3rd Summit of South American-Arab Countries should take place from February 12th to 16th in Lima, Peru. Brazilian diplomacy hopes to advance in trade negotiations as well as in other areas.
According to the vice minister of Culture of the Arab country, Abdulaziz Alsebail, Saudis know little of Brazil besides football. The aim is to foster closer cultural ties.