Qatari-Bulgarian Bilateral Ties Grew Stronger
The Minister of Commerce and Industry, H E Ali bin Ahmed Al Kuwari, underscored yesterday the importance of strengthening bilateral relations and bolstering cooperation opportunities between Qatari-Bulgarian across various fields, reported thepeninsulaqatar.com
In his opening address at the Qatari-Bulgarian Business Forum in Doha Minister Al Kuwari expressed hope that the Qatari-Bulgarian Business forum paves the way for successful partnerships that will benefit both countries.
He noted that Qatari-Bulgarian economic and trade relations have gained momentum in recent years, as bilateral trade grew from QR72.9m in 2016 to QR87.2m in 2018. The economic fundamentals and potential that Qatar and Bulgaria boast represent another incentive to enhance trade and investment cooperation, based on a well-defined framework that serves the common interests of both countries and paves the way for private sector cooperation, he argued.
The Minister of Commerce and Industry and Rumen Radev, President of the Republic of Bulgaria inaugurated the Qatari-Bulgarian Business Forum in Doha, yesterday.
The forum is being organised by the Ministry in partnership with the Qatar Chamber, the Qatari Businessmen Association and Bulgaria's Embassy in Doha.
Al Kuwari emphasized the contribution of the forum to the promotion of Qatari-Bulgarian trade and investment cooperation, while praising the friendly relations between the two countries.
Qatari-Bulgarian bilateral ties grew stronger following the historic visit of the Amir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani to Sofia in March 2018, the Minister said, noting that relations were further strengthened in light of the successful participation of businessmen and investors from both countries in the Qatari...