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The Qatari Businessmen Association (QBA) met with the visiting Russian-Qatari Business Council members. The delegation was led by the Council’s Chairman Ahmed Blancoev, and Dr Louay Yousuf, Executive Director of the Council.
Both the parties discussed prospects for enhancing cooperation and reviewed possible partnership opportunities and investment projects available in various sectors in Russia. The QBA emphasised the openness of the Qatari market to investments and the opening of mutual partnerships with businessmen in Russia, reviewing the activities of the Association to support and develop the Qatari private sector and promote partnerships with various countries. They pointed out that Qatar can benefit from Russian expertise in various fields such as construction, hospitality and sports, especially as Russia will host the 2018 World Cup. The QBA proposed organising a joint workshop in Qatar to present details of opportunities for cooperation between the two parties and discuss possible investment projects.
Dr Yousuf, Executive Director of the Russian- Qatari Business Council , said their visit to Doha aims at briefing the members of the Council on Qatar’s institutions and the major economic and public sectors , in preparation for the establishment of Russian-Qatari partnerships in various fields to benefit both sides.
Blancoev, Chairman of the Russian- Qatari Business Council stressed the Council’s readiness to supply Qatar with everything related to agricultural materials, foodstuffs, building materials and infrastructure.
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