In the presence of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces and Chairman of the Executive Council of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, the Holding Company (ADQ) signed several partnership agreements with leading Turkish investment institutions to accelerate the growth of priority sectors in both the UAE and Turkey. . The partnership was concluded with the Turkish Sovereign Wealth Fund, the Turkish Investment Office and CCN Holdings. The agreement between ADQ, one of the largest holding companies in the region, which owns a wide portfolio of major companies operating in key sectors within the diversified economy of Abu Dhabi, and the Turkish Sovereign Wealth Fund aims to establish a joint fund to invest in Turkish companies specialized in the field Technology, in addition to co-investing in emerging technology companies with high growth potential. The partnership with the Turkish Investment Office aims to identify potential investment areas in the key sectors of the Holding Company (ADQ), most notably the energy and utilities sector, health and medicine, food and agriculture, and transportation and logistics. ADQ also concluded another agreement with CCN Holding with the aim of discussing investment opportunities available in cooperation between the government and private sectors to establish hospitals and medical facilities in Turkey. The signing of these agreements coincided with the official visit of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan to Turkey, and also included the signing of a set of strategic partnerships between several Emirati and Turkish institutions, the most prominent of which was the signing of a strategic partnership agreement between Abu Dhabi Ports Group and the Turkish Sovereign Wealth Fund to promote investment in projects The logistics sector in Turkey, in addition to another partnership between the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange and the Istanbul Stock Exchange to develop financial services in both the UAE and Turkey.