The CEO of Admiral Markets, Sergei Bogatenkov met with the Emir of Kuweit, sheik Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jabar Al-Sabah, during the state visit of Estonian president Kersti Kaljulaid from November 4-5th. Bogatenkov, part of the business delegation accompanying the Head of State, said that this was the first time for an Estonian head of State to pay a visit to Kuwait since Lennart Meri in 1993.
President Kersti Kaljulaid and the business delegation met with the Emir of Kuwait, sheik Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jabar Al-Sabah, to discuss among other topics, the creation of new business opportunities for the enterprises of both countries.
The CEO of Admiral Markets stated that as Admiral Markets has significantly increased its global presence, being part of an official delegation, will definetly open up new business possibilities for the company. “As Admiral Markets is one of the biggest exporters of Estonia and we are remarkably expanding our influence in the global trading world, such visits help us to discover new routes and a network of partners to cooperate with,” said Bogatenkov.
Aside from the meeting with the Emir, there were also meetings with the Prime Minister and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kuwait and with the speaker of the Parliament
A state visit is the highest and most official form of diplomatic relations between the two countries.