Qatar Chamber and Tunisian Business Council reviewed ways to enhance economic cooperation and identify investment opportunities available in the two countries at a meeting in Doha today.
The meeting was held in the presence of a number of Qatari businessmen and their Tunisian counterparts from agriculture and building materials, tourism, medicine and mineral processing industries sectors.
Speaking at the meeting, Abdulrahman bin Abdullah Al Ansari, head of the Qatari side, said relations between Qatar and Tunisia have seen a remarkable development on all private intra-regional trade levels. The private sector in the two countries seeks to strengthen economic ties.
He noted that agreements signed by the two sides reached 15 conventions and protocols including all economic, financial, cultural, intellectual, educational and technological fields.
Abdulrahman stressed the need for giving attention to the tourism sector and raise awareness among businessmen of the two countries, and its importance in achieving economic diversification.
For his part, Mohamed Alkaali, head of the Tunisian side, expressed the hope that the private sector in the two countries would expand their partnership, and that the Qatari -Tunisian Business Council would contribute to increasing joint investments.
The Tunisian delegation also invited the Qatari businessmen to visit their country to get acquainted with the investment climate and opportunities available to boost business relations.
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