A legacy of conflicts and misunderstandings has in many instances affected both worlds’ ability to leverage this natural complementarity in order to establish strategic partnerships and create a global Euro-Arab zone of stability and prosperity.
Both the European Union and the Arab world shoulder a historical responsibility to overcome all hindrances, real and imagined, and work hard on cementing a global partnership that could easily create one of the significant zones of political and economic cooperation in the world.
Euro-Arab cooperation will be instrumental in strengthening Europe’s global political and economic standing while helping the Arab region to overcome and resolve its challenges, and lay the foundation for industry and knowledge-driven economic development that would eventually supersede the region’s chronic dependency on oil and gas.
Euro-Arab cooperation will be instrumental in strengthening Europe’s global political and economic standing while helping the Arab region to overcome and resolve its challenges, and lay the foundation for industry and knowledge-driven economic development…
The EU-Arab World Summit
On the initiative of the Greek government, the EU-Arab World Summit will be held on 3-4 November 2016 at the Megaron, The Athens Concert Hall; Athens, Greece, with view of providing the most representative and dynamic platform for debating strategies of Euro-Arab cooperation and partnership between the two major economic and political blocs.
The First Euro-Arab World Summit is expected to lay the foundation for lively and purposeful Euro-Arab dialogue. The Summit will be held under the auspices of the President of Greece, H.E. Prokopis Pavlopoulos and endorsed by the Prime Minister of Greece H. E. Alexis Tsipras who will also deliver a keynote address at the Summit.
The EU-Arab World Summit will be attended by a number of heads of state, government officials, investors and businessmen from Europe and the Middle East.
This high-level summit is organized by the leading, Arab conference organizing group Al-Iktissad Wal-Aamal and the Delphi Economic Forum of Greece. The Summit features the largest Middle Eastern construction group Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC) as a strategic sponsor.