On May 19, 2021 the American Chamber of Commerce in Estonia represented by its CEO Daria Sivovol and the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs represented by the Secretary General Jonatan Vseviov have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to mutually promote Transatlantic Relations that would promote investment and economic partnership from both sides of the Atlantic.
The aim of this collaboration is to stay informed about the projects and developments of each of the parties, exchange information and work together towards the same mission- better US-Estonian relations, promotion of Transatlantic trade and improvement of the business environment.
The organizations have agreed to keep each other informed about the projects and events that relate to US-Estonian relations, trade and upcoming projects/trade missions, as well as hold bi-annual meetings with the representatives (or members) of AmCham Estonia to provide updates on the current activities, projects and possible collaboration activities.
Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs will be represented at the chamber events by Inga Chandilya, Economic and Business Diplomacy Counsellor.
“We truly look forward to our ongoing cooperation with MFA and the Business Diplomacy Unit of the ministry, that with this agreement will become even stronger and will commit us to more frequent meetings, regular dialogue and a much better connection, that will definitely benefit all our members and committees” – said Daria Sivovol, AmCham CEO.