Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Qatar Martin Dvorak praised the great renaissance witnessed by Qatar in all fields, especially in business and investment. The ambassador said that Qatar has become an international hub for trade, adding that this makes it a destination for business, investment and tourism in the region.
He stressed the importance of bilateral relations between the Czech Republic and Qatar and the desire of both sides to strengthen these relations due to the tremendous potential enjoyed by the two countries, which in turn contribute to the promotion of trade, investment and tourism. In a statement to Qatar News Agency (QNA) on the occasion of Qatar National Day, the ambassador said that Qatar has made great strides in providing an attractive liberal business and investment climate and in achieving economic prosperity for its population, thus becoming one of the international hubs of trade, transport, travel and investment, praising also the great steps in introducing smart and efficient e-government procedures.
The ambassador conveyed his heartfelt blessing and best wishes to State of Qatar and its people on the occasion of the celebration of National Day. “During my term as ambassador, I have made every effort to promote the friendly relations between our two countries. The embassy has organised a number of events focusing on the promotion of business, culture and tourism,” ambassador of the Czech Republic said.
He underlined that just recently, the Czech foreign minister visited Doha with a large business and investment delegation, highlighting some major Czech brands in Qatar. “We have worked relentlessly with the Qatar Chamber of Commerce and partner institutions to promote mutual awareness and the exchange of ideas and people between the two countries,” the ambassador added.
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