PM Imran arrives for day lengthy go to in Qatar
Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived on a day-long go to to Qatar on Thursday as a part of common trade of high-level visits between the 2 international locations.
The prime minister go to comes simply two days earlier than the US and Taliban are scheduled to signal a peace deal in Doha.
According to a press release by the Foreign Office, the prime minister will meet His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Amir of the State of Qatar throughout his go to.
PM Imran may even maintain a gathering with Emir of Qatar and his Qatari counterpart to debate problems with mutual curiosity.
The premier may even maintain a gathering with Qatari traders and the enterprise neighborhood.
The focus of the prime minister’s go to will probably be on strengthening bilateral cooperation and exchanging views on regional developments.
This would be the second go to by PM Imran to Qatar since taking workplace in 2018. His Highness the Amir of Qatar visited Pakistan in June 2019.
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Special Assistant to PM on Overseas Pakistanis Zulfikar Bukhari and Special Assistant to PM on Petroleum Nadeem Babar will probably be accompanying the prime minister.
Last yr, Pakistan and Qatar signed three Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) within the fields of commerce, funding, tourism and monetary intelligence after PM Imran’s maiden go to to the nation.
Both sides additionally agreed to develop collaboration within the fields of agriculture and meals, improve cooperation within the power sector together with LNG and LPG fields and exploration and manufacturing of oil and gasoline.
The settlement was additionally reached to advertise Qatar’s investments in power, tourism and hospitality industries and improve the variety of Pakistani employees employed in Qatar.
Both the international locations agreed to develop cooperation within the fields of aviation, maritime affairs, larger training, and defence and defence manufacturing.
Pakistan and Qatar additionally agreed to take steps to considerably improve bilateral commerce, develop collaboration in agriculture and meals sectors.