Yasser al-Jaidah, CEO of Qatar Cool, said: ''Qatar Cool’s foremost emphasis is on providing a sustainable energy solution to the country to support future infrastructure.''
The World Bank said on Thursday it had approved a total of $2.1 billion in concessionary loans to fund projects in Nigeria aimed at improving access to electricity and promoting governance.
The money became a source of controversy during Aquino's term from 2010-2016, with critics claiming he used it to barter for favours from legislators.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the move comes "in light of the difficult economic circumstances and challenges experienced by the sisterly Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan".
During the meeting, they discussed prospects for joint co-operation in economic, trade and investment fields and means of developing them.
There were some 218,955 beneficiaries of Qatar Charity (QC)’s projects and sponsorship initiatives in Sudan in 2017, aided by the continuous support of the people of Qatar.
Al Wakrah Municipality director Mansour Ajran al-Buainain, Central Municipal Council member for Al Wakrah constituency Mansour Ahmad al-Khater, and several residents of Al Wakrah and surrounding areas were present.