Malta’s 50th anniversary of Independence celebrated in Dubai.

September 26th, 2014 by Stephen Jones Leave a reply »

Malta Day celebrations were held in Dubai last week to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Malta’s independence.

His Excellency Minister Abdulla Ghobash, the Minister of State of Dubai, was the guest of honor at the Malta Day reception.

Economy Minister Dr. Chris Cardona is heading a delegation in the Middle East and attended a reception and celebrations held last night at the One and Only Royal Mirage and addressed the guests.

Mr Anthony Tabone, the Consul General in Dubai, was also present during the event along with other members of the Malta delegation and he gave the opening address and welcome to the many visitors.

Dr. Cardona expressed his great pleasure in celebrating this important anniversary in Dubai. Dr Cardona emphasised the great strides forward Malta has made since achieving its independence and stated that this is mainly a result of hard work and the optimistic vision of Malta’s future.

“Today, while enjoying the results of all that has been achieved to date, we look forward with renewed drive and vigor to a period of continued growth and an ongoing search for excellence in all that we do” said Minister Cardona.

Minister Cardona said he was impressed in his March visit by the good working relationship he experienced at all levels, both with the private as well as the public sector and that the current visit is an opportunity for the delegation members to keep building upon the links initiated during previous visits.

“The opportunities inherent in the relationship between our countries have been admirably laid out by Mr Tabone and I have little to add other than to confirm that Malta fully intends to keep working on strengthening our bilateral relationship for the benefit of both our countries throughout 2014 and beyond” concluded Minister Cardona.

Computime one of Malta’s oldest and most respected was acknowledged for its support of the event and the IT sector was one of those mentioned as being particularly important for collaboration between Malta and the U.A.E.

Synergy Software Systems are regional partners for BRSAnalytics and attended the event on behalf of Computime.

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