Qatar has always sought the benefit of the Arab world, whether it’s through ventures in arts, language, business or sports, founder of Solanki Mission Group (Mission20) Amanat Solanki said yesterday.
Speaking on Qatar Urdu Radio’s live show Haqeeqat, the young entrepreneur and social activist talked about the initiatives taken by Qatar to support entrepreneurs and businesses in the region.
“When it comes to startups for young entrepreneurs, Qatar has not only supported initiatives of people based here but also backed people in other countries, including Egypt,” Solanki said, citing Qatar Business Incubation Centre, Qatar Science & Technology Park and the Digital Incubation Centre among the landmark research and development centres in the region. “Qatar is also committed to promote the Arabic language and it is heavily investing in that sector, which shows that it collectively looks at the benefit of the Arab world,” he added.
Solanki recalled the time Qatar won the 2022 FIFA World Cup bid and said Qatar has always maintained this was a victory for everyone in the region.
“From Day 1, Qatar has said the 2022 World Cup is for the Arab people and the region will collectively benefit from the promotion of football here,” he noted.
Haqeeqat, which aims to engage and interact with the large South Asian expatriate community in Qatar, is a joint venture of Gulf Times and Qatar Media Corp Urdu Radio. It is broadcast from Sunday to Thursday on FM107. Log on to Qatar Urdu Radio on Facebook and ‘@QatarUrduRadio’ on Twitter for feedback and comments about the show.
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