Qatar Chamber hosts Georgian delegation to discuss economic relations
Tawar made this announcement during a meeting with a Georgian delegation led by Nino Berzuli, deputy minister of Labor, Health and Social Affairs.
During the meeting, the involved parties reviewed investment opportunities in Georgia, specifically in the health sector. The meeting encouraged Qatari businessmen to create joint ventures with their counterparts in Georgia.
According to Tawar, economic diversity is a major pillar of Qatar National Vision 2030. He noted that Qatar is keen to grow cooperation with Georgia. Additionally, he stated that trade volume between the two regions reached $107 million in 2015. Tawar believes this number can continue to grow.
Present at the meeting were Rashid al Athba, Qatar Chamber board member, and Ekaterine Meiering-Mikadze, Georgian ambassador to Qatar.
The Qatar Chamber and Georgian Chamber signed a memorandum of understanding earlier this year.