QBA discusses creating commerce cooperation with Armenian PM

H E Nikol Pashinyan, Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia and QBA’s First Deputy Hussein Al Fardan, through the assembly.

Doha: The Qatari Businessmen Affiliation (QBA) held a gathering with H E Nikol Pashinyan, Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia and his accompanying delegation which included the Deputy Prime Minister of Armenia. The assembly was additionally attended by H E Gegham Gharibjanian, Armenian Ambassador to Qatar. The Prime Minister’s go to was aimed toward discussing the cooperation alternatives and creating financial relations between the 2 international locations.

The assembly was additionally attended by QBA’s First Deputy Hussein Al Fardan, and different Members together with Khalid Al Mannai, Maqbool Khalfan, and Youssef Al Mahmoud, in addition to QBA Deputy Normal Supervisor Sarah Abdallah.

Originally of the assembly, Al Fardan welcomed the Armenian Prime Minister and his accompanying delegation, and went on to substantiate the significance of the go to in discussing methods of cooperation between the 2 international locations and dealing to spice up financial and commerce relations. He additionally identified the curiosity of Qatari businessmen in figuring out doable areas of cooperation in Armenia and the funding alternatives provided.

The Prime Minister additionally thanked the QBA Members for the assembly, throughout which he expressed the significance of creating relations between each international locations and study extra in regards to the enterprise surroundings in Armenia and a few of the main funding initiatives that will appeal to the curiosity of Qatari businessmen.

Pashinyan additionally spoke about Armenia’s financial sector, describing it as a resilient economic system, and stressing his optimism for what the World Financial institution figures present, which predicted 3.5 p.c financial development for Armenia in 2022, in response to the World Financial institution Group’s “International Financial Prospects” report. The report additionally expects Armenia’s financial development at 4.6 p.c in 2023 and 4.9 p.c in 2024.

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The Prime Minister additionally spoke about an important sectors and funding alternatives in Armenia, as he talked in regards to the tourism and agricultural sectors, which he considers nice alternatives for cooperation between the 2 international locations.

In the course of the occasion, the QBA Members expressed their curiosity in exploring new worldwide markets and their readiness to establish areas of cooperation in Armenia. Additionally they confirmed their keenness to help and develop bilateral relations in numerous fields.

Each events additionally agreed to organise a go to to check the alternatives carefully and study extra in regards to the Republic of Armenia.