Qatar Chamber first vice chairman Mohamed bin Ahmed bin Towar al-Kuwari met yesterday with governor of Sindh Province, Pakistan, Imran Ismail and his accompanying delegation.
The meeting touched on co-operation relations between both sides and means of enhancing them.
Addressing the delegation, al-Kuwari said that the relations between Qatar and Pakistan have significantly developed over the past few years, affirming that Qatari businessmen are interested to learn about investment opportunities available in Sindh Province.
He also noted that Qatari economy is open to the world and welcomes all investors, stressing that Qatar is interested to promote its external investments in line with its economic diversification strategy.
“Qatar Chamber is keen to encourage Qatari businessmen to explore opportunities in Pakistan generally and in Sindh in particular,” he added.
Ismail said that Pakistan is a fast-growing large market and this opens the scope for both countries’ companies to join hands and build partnerships and alliances in various economic sectors.
He called on Qatari investors to visit Sindh and get acquainted with projects being established as well as available investment opportunities.
Meanwhile, Qatar Chamber hosted a Russian trade team led by CEO of Roscongress Foundation, Stuglev Alexander. The meeting reviewed areas of economic and trade co-operation between both sides and ways of enhancing co-ordination between both institutions.
Qatar Chamber board member Mohamed bin Ahmed al-Obaidli said Qatar and Russia enjoyed strong relations, stressing that there is a significant interest to further enhance their co-operation in trade fields. While there are many Qatari investments in Russia, many Russian companies are working in Qatar, he said.
Al-Obaidli said that Qatar offers a very attractive investment climate backed by business-friendly laws and legislations as well as modern infrastructure.
Alexander said that the Roscongress Foundation is one of the most leading institutions in organising international conferences and fairs, noting that it also provides many services including business administration and investment promotion.
He said the Russian delegation represented a number of Russian companies working in the field of technology and electronics. The objective of the visit is to inform Qatari businessmen on the most important projects in which they can participate, as well as to learn about the investment opportunities available in Qatar, Alexander said.
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