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Israel Promises Continuous Business with Nigeria

Israel Promises Continuous Business with Nigeria

Israel has reiterated its commitment to support the Nigeria-Israel Business Forum (NIBF) initiative to enhance economic cooperation between the two countries further. Information Guide Nigeria

According to PEOPLES GAZETTE, this was revealed by Yotam Kreiman, Charge d’ Affairs of Israel to Nigeria at the NIBF 2021-Annual General Meeting organised by the Forum in Abuja.

Mr Kreiman who is also acting Israeli ambassador to Nigeria applauded NIBF’s contributions in trade cooperation between Isreal and Nigeria.

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PEOPLES GAZETTE reports that  Kreiman said the agreement is an opportunity for companies in Israel and Nigeria to work together on a company-to-company level, business-to-business level, business-to-government, and government-to-government level.

Kreiman said, “We have met some companies from Israel and in Nigeria; we will find more ways we can cooperate on economic levels between the government and companies in Israel and Nigeria.

“Nigeria is taking huge steps towards where we are hoping to see more of the successes coming up; a lot of the successes Israel has recorded are through innovation.

“Nigeria is building and growing rapidly, faster than we imagined it to be. We have seen more companies, both those starting to accelerate into hubs that Israel and other governments are developing.

“We have lots of collaborations from NIBF that have been very active in recent years. In the last two years, the forum had to take a step back because of COVID-19.

“We are going to be able to accommodate more events in the coming years especially events planned for 2022.”

According to PEOPLE GAZETTE, the Chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Information, Segun Odebunmi said, “No nation can stand as an island. There is need for Nigeria to collaborate with other countries of the world so that we can work together as business partners. Jamb Result

“If governments are driving technologies, they cannot drive it alone. They need to provide an enabling environment for citizens to meet with other countries.”

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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