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Day 3 of COP 28: chairman Hadi continues to engage with global leaders.

Day 3 of COP 28: chairman Hadi continues to engage with global leaders.

Chairman Hadi met the President William Rutho of Kenya and reconnected with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu of Nigeria.

DPFZA Hadi continues business-to-business discussions.

On the sidelines of the COP 28, DPFZA Chairman Mr. Aboubaker Omar Hadi continued business-to-business (B2B) discussions in the Green Zone.

A notable meeting occurred at the Energy Transition Pavilion with executives from Elsewedy, which expressed strong interest in establishing first a logistics hub and distribution center in Djibouti’s free zones before setting up industrial units. Chairman Hadi explained that Elsewedy can enjoy the country's exemplary monetary stability to sell on a Djibouti CIF basis to regional countries and beyond. This will shorten the time and distance of the transactions to the great benefit of Elsewedy clients.

In light of global discussions on the blue economy's role in addressing the climate crisis at COP28, it's noteworthy the arrival of the first whale shark of the season in Djibouti, a key ecological attraction, runs from November to February. During these cooler months, clearer sea waters offer ideal conditions for observing these majestic creatures.