Business Chamber of Asian & Gulf Countries attended the second annual Qatar Economic Forum, organized by Bloomberg, in Doha, the capital of the Qatari state.
The Qatar Annual Economic Forum is a kind of large-scale platform, which united global business leaders and heads of various states. At the Economic Forum actual challenges of the World, current economical and business processes, ways of effective cooperation between countries, and deepening economic and business relations were discussed. The Qatar Annual Economic Forum is an important event, which is aimed to bring the business sector and world leaders closer together and overcome challenges.
First Vice President of the Business Chamber of Asian & Gulf Countries, Davit Tsirdava met with various business leaders and representatives of the diplomatic corps at the Qatar Economic Forum, where the main topic of discussion was the intensification of relations between the business sectors, expansion of economic cooperation, presentation of Georgia’s investment, export, trade, and tourism potential.
Constructive communication took place with the representatives of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, China, India, Ethiopia, Canada, and Brazil, with whom future steps were planned, such as various visits to Georgia and implementation of joint projects in the near future. An important relationship has been established with a prominent Qatari journalist, Mr. Hassan Aboarfat, who is the managing editor of the Qatari publishing house ,,Lusailnews’’. Implementation of the interesting steps was planned together with Mr.Hassan, who will visit Georgia in the near future.
The Qatar Economic Forum turned out to be an important opportunity for Georgia, which actively participated in the event. The Prime Minister of Georgia, Irakli Gharibashvili, was in Doha at the invitation of the Emir of Qatar and held a number of meetings. He also addressed the community, which was attending the forum and spoke about the existing challenges. The government delegation also included the Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, Levan Davitashvili.
During the meeting between the Heads of Government of Georgia and Qatar, the diplomatic and economic cooperation between the two countries, and the deepening of trade and economic relations with the State of Qatar were discussed, which is the main priority of the economic diplomacy agenda. It is important that between the Government of Georgia and the Government of the State of Qatar, two agreements on the mutual promotion and protection of investments, and on economic, trade and technical cooperation between the Government of Georgia and the Government of the State of Qatar were signed.
We are pleased that BCAGC continues to successfully build new connections and acquire business partners on international level.