Abela commends Sadeen International Group efforts in support of AUM

AMMAN – Malta’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Promotion Carmelo Abela visited Sadeen International Group, praising its efforts to serve the Middle East through the American University of Malta (AUM).

The minister was received upon his arrival, on behalf of the group’s chairman, Engineer Hani Salah, by Sadeen’s Vice Chairman Ahmed Salah, in addition to several members of the university’s board of trustees, led by former prime minister Taher Masri and former minister of planning and international cooperation and former minister of energy Ibarhim Seif.

The visiting minister, who was accompanied by senior officials, along with a media delegation, stressed that the AUM’s concept goes beyond being a mere investment to a comprehensive cultural project that contributes to stronger relations between the Arab region and Europe and the world.

The minister highlighted his country’s support to the university project, facilitating students’ access to visas and enabling them to live comfortably in Malta while staying there.

Chairman of Sadeen International Group, and founder and vice chairman of the board of trustees of the American University of Malta, Hani Salah, said the establishment of AUM was the fruit of Jordanian-Arab and Maltese-European cooperation, underlining partnerships with major international universities aimed to provide an outstanding university environment for scholars and researchers in the world, and noting that Malta serves as a link between Southern Europe and Arab North Africa, and the Eastern Mediterranean and westward to the Atlantic.

Welcoming the visit of the Maltese minister to Sadeen Group, the chairman underlined that the university’s location, and its distinguished educational facilities and professional staff, will contribute to enhancing its lofty status among the best universities in the world.

Salah stressed his keenness to move forward in turning the university into a global educational beacon through partnerships with major educational institutions and universities globally.