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Pakistan Providing Fertile Land to Qatar for Investment

PM’s Assistant Jawad meets Qatar’s Ambassador, offering fertile land.

In this meeting, emphasis was also placed on transforming the bilateral relations between Pakistan and Qatar into a mutually beneficial economic partnership.

Malik highlighted Pakistan’s huge investment potential, particularly in the areas of renewable energy, education, offshore petroleum terminals, wind and hydropower projects, and airport infrastructure.

Additionally, SAPM and the envoy discussed working together to explore possibilities in the areas of tourism, small and medium businesses, SMEs, chemicals, technology exchange, and mutually beneficial opportunities.

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In line with Qatar’s Vision 2030 program for national renewal, the Qatari envoy showed significant interest in exploring new opportunities in SMEs, exporting personnel, and exploring new investment opportunities in various sectors.

He said that this is well known to Qatar, which is Pakistan’s primary strategic partner in the fields of education through the establishment of modern education, food supply, construction of LNG plants and establishment of airport infrastructure.

Jawad Sohrab particularly emphasized the importance of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor as an ideal apparatus for coordination in various fields of cooperation with Qatar in the future.

This was in reference to the keen interest shown by the Qatari leadership in 2019 to invest in various sectors of SMEs emerging from Special Economic Zones in Gwadar under the Mega CPEC project.

Cooperation of both countries

Malik emphasized that Qatar and Pakistan share the same vision for the development and prosperity of the region.

He went on to say that the two countries have excellent cooperation in several areas such as renewable energy, education, industry and infrastructure development and hospitality, besides a new agreement to supply LNG at competitive prices. The agreement was signed because Qatar has large LNG reserves.

Both parties reiterated their commitment to further their cooperation in several fields.

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