Updated on January 13th, 2023
Shahbaz Sharif will meet the Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani today, to discuss promoting cooperation in renewable energy, aviation, treaty structures, tourism and other areas.
According to the details, Shahbaz Sharif will spend today in Doha, Shahbaz Sharif will go to the Amiri Diwan to meet the Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tum bin Hamad Al Thani.
Presented online by Guy Shahbaz Kogrof at Amiri Diwan, the meeting discussed promoting cooperation in agriculture, renewable energy, aviation, sustainable infrastructure, tourism life and other sectors.
Discussions at delegation level to promote cooperation in various fields between Pakistan and Qatar
It is part of the historical and historical agreements between Pakistan and Qatar.
They will also see the 974 stadium in Doha, where they will be briefed on the different sections and facilities of the stadium.
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At the invitation of Prime Minister Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, the visit to the two countries began on Doha.
Prime Minister of Qatar, Jassim Saif Ahmed Al-Sulaiti, received him warmly at Doha Airport.
On Tuesday, Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif held delegation-level talks with the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) and discussed Qatari investment opportunities in various sectors including food security, aviation, maritime, energy, tourism and petroleum sectors.
This was the first engagement of the Pakistani Prime Minister after arriving in Doha on a two-day official visit. Sharif, along with key cabinet members, will hold meetings with the top leadership of the Arab country and interact with representatives of the business community to highlight investment opportunities in Pakistan.
Currently, more than 200,000 Pakistani nationals are living and working in Qatar.
QIA is one of the world’s largest sovereign wealth funds. His meeting with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was attended by Chief Executive Officer Mansoor Bin Ibrahim Al-Mahmoud and Chief Investment Officer for Africa and Asia Pacific Region Sheikh Faisal Thani Al Thani.
A statement from the Prime Minister’s Office said, “The Prime Minister emphasized the need to further enhance bilateral economic and investment engagement, particularly in renewable energy including solar and wind power generation, aviation, in maritime, industrial and infrastructure development and hospitality sectors”.
The Prime Minister highlighted Pakistan’s unique geographical and demographic advantages, which combine its strategic location with a large middle class market and a large skilled workforce.
He said that Pakistan wants to upgrade the political ties between the two countries to a “comprehensive economic partnership”.
He also urged Qatari investors to explore the opportunities offered by the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor to promote regional connectivity and mutual prosperity.
“The Prime Minister assured to provide full facility to KIA through transparent and expeditious process,” the statement added.
Both parties agreed that the designated focal persons would closely follow up on key proposals for investment.
Describing Pakistan as a priority country, the statement said the QIA delegation expressed keen interest and readiness to actively pursue investment opportunities in Pakistan.
Talking to the media from Doha, Sharif said that we talked to Qatari investors to invest in Pakistan and we are doing this for the prosperity of the Pakistani people.