Washington, Feb. 7 (BNA): Bahrain’s Ambassador to the United States, Shaikh Abdullah bin Rashid Al Khalifa, participated in a discussion session with Iowa Minister of Agriculture Mike Neige, President of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation Brent Johnson.
The ambassador praised the relations between Bahrain and the United States in various fields.
He also reviewed the commercial opportunities available in the Kingdom, which focus on giving priority to the goals of sustainable development and enhancing food security.
Sheikh Abdullah stressed the importance the Kingdom attaches to the issue of food security and sustainable development.
The ambassador also participated in an event entitled “Bahrain, Gateway to the Arabian Gulf,” which was organized by the Arab-American Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Des Moines Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with the Iowa Economic Development Authority and the US Commercial Service. .
He referred to the commercial opportunities in the Kingdom, which come to achieve the goals of sustainable development and commercial advantages in the Kingdom, including the establishment of the American trade zone, which gives priority to American companies in promoting economic, commercial and industrial cooperation, and to continue advancing bilateral trade between the two countries, in line with the advantages of the free trade agreement. .
The attendees praised Bahrain’s role in strengthening relations between the two countries in various fields, and its continuous efforts to achieve the goals of sustainable development.
They also praised the Kingdom’s commitment to achieving the goal of carbon neutrality as part of its commitment to the goals of the United Nations Climate Change Conference.