Saudi Arabia’s minister of state for foreign affairs, Adel Al-Jubeir, during his visit to Panama met with several government officials including Janaina Tewaney Mencomo, the foreign minister of the central American country . During his visit, Al-Jubeir discussed bilateral relations between Saudi Arabia and Panama and explored ways to strengthen and enhance them.
One of the key individuals Al-Jubeir met was Janaina Tewaney Mencomo, where they engaged in discussions regarding the existing relationship between the two countries and explored avenues to further develop and deepen their ties.
In addition to the foreign minister, Al-Jubeir also had meetings with Federico Alfaro Boyd, the minister of trade and industries, and Jose Alejandro Rojas Pardini, the minister of private investment. These meetings were aimed at fostering economic cooperation and exploring potential investment opportunities between Saudi Arabia and Panama. The discussions between Al-Jubeir and the Panamanian officials highlighted the importance both countries placed on strengthening their diplomatic ties.
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Adel Al-Jubeir’s Visit to Panama
Adel Al-Jubeir, the Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, embarked on a visit to Panama to discuss and enhance the bilateral relations between Saudi Arabia and Panama. His meetings with key government officials, including Janaina Tewaney Mencomo, focused on strengthening diplomatic ties and exploring avenues for collaboration.
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Exploring Economic Opportunities
During his visit, Al-Jubeir met with Federico Alfaro Boyd, the Minister of Trade and Industries, and Jose Alejandro Rojas Pardini, the Minister of Private Investment. The discussions aimed to foster economic cooperation, identify potential investment opportunities, and pave the way for enhanced trade relations between the two nations
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