THE ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT
CAIRO REGIONAL INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE
RELATIONS WITH ARBITRAGE CENTER DEVELOP
On September 12, 2006, a cooperation agreement was signed between the Azerbaijan International Commercial Arbitration Court and the Cairo Regional International Commercial Arbitration Center. CRCICA has been operating since 1979, headquartered in Egypt, and operates on an independent, non-profit basis. The organization has the right to enjoy all the privileges and privileges enjoyed by independent international organizations in Egypt. The main principle of the center is to accelerate and promote economic development plans in Asia and Africa. CRCICA includes: Alexandria Center for International Maritime Arbitration (ACIMA), Alexandria Center for International Arbitration (ACIA), Mediation and ADR Center, Port Said Center for Commercial and Maritime Arbitration, as well as consultation, mediation and technical expertise. Implements Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods (ADR).
Director of the Cairo Regional Center for International Commercial Arbitration (CRCICA); Vice President of the International Federation of Commercial Arbitration Institutions (IFCAI) Dr. M.I.M. Congratulating the Azerbaijan International Commercial Arbitration Court (ICAC) on its 5th anniversary, Aboul-Enein noted that during the ICC's existence it has succeeded in creating a reliable infrastructure for the effective use of international arbitration and alternative dispute resolution, successful international relations and the ICRC's soon Commercial Arbitration Institutions. He expressed hope that he would be admitted to the International Federation