During the visit of CCIR to Malta, a memorandum of understanding was signed between the Russian and Maltese Chambers of Commerce and Industry and is intended to pave the way for the development and enhancement of international trade ties. The signing ceremony was followed by the official inauguration of the honorary
A representative of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Malta whose role will be to facilitate the collaboration of businesses in the respective countries. In fact, the CCIR promotes the growth of the Russian economy and its integration into the world economic system and provides favorable conditions for the advancement of all business sectors.
The Executive Director of U-Group (Malta) Ltd, Anastasia Budykho has been appointed Malta’s representative for the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIR).
The CCIR is a non-governmental and non-profit organization a member of the World Chambers Federation, the Association of European Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Eurochambers), amongst others.
One of its objectives is to foster good business practices and encourage business growth and represents the interests of small, medium and big business and encompasses all business sectors – manufacturing, domestic and foreign trade, agriculture, the finance system and services. The presence of the CCI in Malta augurs well for the enhancement of business between Russia and Malta.