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Ministry of Health and Prevention eyes stronger heath ties with Romania
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Healthcare Issues / 18 Dec 2017

Ministry of Health and Prevention eyes stronger heath ties with Romania

Ministry of Health and Prevention eyes stronger heath ties with Romania

H.E. Dr. Amin Hussein Al Amiri, Assistant Undersecretary for Public Health Policy and Licensing of the Ministry of Health and Prevention, met with H.E. Dr. Adrian Macelaru, Ambassador of the Republic of Romania, at the Ministry’s office in Abu Dhabi to discuss opportunities of cooperation and exchange of experiences in the medical field between the two countries. 

The meeting revolved around the basics of cooperation in the field of pharmaceutical manufacturing, future opportunities, and potential for investment in the medical and pharmaceutical fields. Both parties also discussed how UAE heath specialists in various fields will benefit from their Romanian counterparts and vice versa, in addition to establishing mechanisms for the evaluation and licensing of Romanian medical personnel in the UAE, as well as promoting cooperation in the areas of medical equipments and pharmaceuticals

Welcoming the Romanian Ambassador, H.E. Dr. Al Amiri pointed out the growing relations between their two countries, especially in the medical field which resulted in improved health and pharmaceutical services. He also took the opportunity to highlight the UAE’s achievements in terms of the provision of world-class health solutions, efficient human capital, strategic relations with international pharmaceutical companies, and robust private health sector thanks to the country’s strong legislative framework and regulations, stable governance, and smart infrastructure and electronic services for licensing and import and export of medical products and devices.

For his part, the Romanian Ambassador expressed his appreciation for the growing bilateral relations between the two countries as he praised the UAE’s distinct local health system, flexible legislative environment, modern health infrastructure and facilities, and its capacity to successfully host international medical conferences and exhibitions.  The UAE is a global platform for events in the region. The Ambassador also expressed his country’s desire to strengthen its coordination with the UAE in the medical field, promote sharing of experiences, and open up opportunities for training and continuous learning.

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