UAE China Week – Adel Alhaimi interprets at Prospects for UAE-China Relations Symposium

UAE China Week – Adel Alhaimi interprets at Prospects for UAE-China Relations Symposium

ABU DHABI 17 JULY 2018: Adel Alhaimi was invited to assist with communication at a symposium held by the Emirates Centre for Strategic Studies and Research (ECSSR), hosting a number of dignitaries including:

  • Ambassador Ni Jian, of the People’s Republic of China
  • Ambassador Ali Obaid Al-Dhaheri (UAE Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China)
  • Prof. Jamal Sanad Al-Suwaidi (ECSSR Director General)

Adel helped facilitate English-Arabic simultaneous interpreting for this event, held at the prestigious Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Hall at Abu Dhabi’s ECSSR headquarters.

Adel Alhaimi interpreting at ECSSR UAE-China Symposium

Adel Alhaimi interpreting at ECSSR UAE-China Symposium

The Symposium was held at the start of UAE’s “China Week”, an event the country hopes to host annually.

The ECSSR listed some in-depth information on China week – and the Symposium – on its website:

Overview of the Symposium (Courtesy of the Symposium’s Program):

“UAE-China relations provide an inspiring model for relations between friendly countries because they are not only comprehensive, diverse, and not limited to a particular aspect, including political, economic, cultural, military, and defense dimensions, but there is also a strong political will to support these relations, contributing to the interests of the two nations.

The great economic and development potential of the United Arab Emirates and the great capabilities of China offer various opportunities for bilateral cooperation. At the same time, the political understanding between the two countries, embodied in identical visions of regional and international issues, makes them two active pillars in the efforts to maintain peace and security in the region and the world.

The continuous development of UAE-China relations, which have been translated into an increase in mutual trade and investment; and the development of bilateral cooperation in the areas of energy, infrastructure, trade, investment, and space, reiterates that these bilateral relations are ready for a new and more advanced stage. This new stage will reflect the aspirations of the leaders of the two countries to strengthen their comprehensive strategic partnership.”