Qatar Chamber is a platform for Qatari and Georgian businessmen to meet and discuss activating partnerships to benefit the economies of both countries, Qatar Chamber Vice-Chairman Mohamed bin Ahmed bin Tawar has said.
He said this during a meeting with a Georgian delegation led by Nino Berzuli, deputy minister of Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia. The meeting reviewed investment opportunities in Georgia in the health sector, and invited Qatari businessmen to establish joint ventures with their Georgian counterparts.
Tawar said one of the pillars of the National Vision 2030 is economic diversity, and Qatari businessmen are keen to explore cooperation with Georgians in all fields.
He noted that trade volume between the two countries reached QR390 million in 2015, which has the potential to go further.
He stressed that the Chamber was encouraging Georgian businessmen and companies to partner with their Qatari counterparts to increase trade volume.
Nino Berzuli said Georgia is keen to see more Qatari investments in all fields.
There are distinctive health centres across Georgia and the number of health tourists visiting the country are growing every year, she added.
An MoU was signed between Qatar Chamber and Georgian Chamber earlier this year to strengthen cooperation between both countries’ businessmen. Rashid Hamad al Athba, Qatar Chamber board member, and HE Ekaterine Meiering-Mikadze Georgian ambassador to Qatar, were present at the meeting.