Sierra Leone ministerial delegation meets Mubadala in Abu-Dhabi

As a follow up to the visit of His Excellency the President of Sierra Leone, the Government of Sierra Leone sent a delegation to the UAE

Sierra Leone Ministerial team with Mubadala Development Company officials

Sierra Leone Ministerial team with Mubadala Development Company officials

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates, April 2, 2014 – African Press Organization (APO) – The President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, His Excellency Ernest Bai Koroma paid an official visit to Abu-Dhabi on 20th January 2014. During the visit of His Excellency the President held fruitful discussions with high level officials of the government of the United Arab Emirates bordering on Economic cooperation.

As a follow up to the visit of His Excellency the President of Sierra Leone, the Government of Sierra Leone sent a delegation to the UAE, headed by the Honorable Minister of Mines and Mineral Resources Hon Alhaji Minkailu Mansaray, accompanied by H.E. Mr Siray Alpha Timbo, Ambassador designate to the UAE, and coordinated by  Mr. Bahige Annan – Consul General of Sierra Leone in Dubai, UAE and Mr. Filip Matwin of Royal Group had meetings with Mubadala Development Company (Mubadala), the Abu Dhabi-based strategic investment and development company, to explore new investments and partnerships in strategic sectors such as Bauxite, Alumina and Iron Ore in the Republic of Sierra Leone.

Commenting on the meeting, The Honorable Minister of Mines and Mineral Resources Hon. Alhaji Minkailu Mansaray, noted: “Mubadala is a potential strategic Mining partner for the Republic of Sierra Leone and we are very pleased to initiate talks in this direction. We look forward to working towards a successful partnership with Mubadala in the Mining sector, which is highly strategic for Sierra Leone and our bilateral economic cooperation particularly for the development of our economy. This initiative is in line with the government of the Republic of Sierra Leone’s Agenda for Prosperity as it addressees new opportunities for our people. The avowed commitment of His Excellency the President of the Republic of Sierra Leone Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma is to ensure that partnership in our natural resources benefits the people of Sierra Leone. Therefore the need for a broader and growing cooperation between the Republic of Sierra Leone and the United Arab Emirates cannot be underestimated.

Mubadala is an investment and development company supporting the diversification of the UAE by investing in key infrastructure and creating globally integrated industry sectors in Abu Dhabi. The company is mandated to strengthen Abu Dhabi’s growth potential, and to help the Government meet its socioeconomic targets. While Mubadala’s investments are designed to generate sustainable profits over the long-term, they also deliver strong social returns to Abu Dhabi and the United Arab Emirates.

Focused on investment and development across multiple sectors, Mubadala’s portfolio is valued at more than US$55 billion. The company brings together and manages a multi-billion dollar portfolio of local, regional and international investments and partners with leading global organizations to operate businesses across a wide range of industry sectors. These include semiconductor technology, aerospace, energy, healthcare, information communications and technology, infrastructure, real estate and hospitality, and services ventures.

 

Distributed by APO (African Press Organization) on behalf of the Sierra Leone Embassy in the United Arab Emirates.

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