Qatar University, Q-Post sign tech, administrative cooperation pact
December 23 2017 10:15 PM
Dr Hassan al-Derham and Faleh al-Naemi signing the MoU.
Dr Hassan al-Derham and Faleh al-Naemi signing the MoU.


Qatar University (QU) has signed a memorandum of understanding (QU) with Qatar Post to establish co-operation in various areas related to the technical and administrative fields.

The MoU includes setting the framework for co-operation between the two institutions, with the two sides agreeing to enhance the use of postal services such as Global Priority, Qatar Premium Post, Business Delivery and Digital Mailroom Solutions.
The memorandum also mentions the establishment of one or more operational programmes between the different administrative sectors of the parties in addition to co-operating in other possible areas of common interest, according to a press statement.
The agreement defines the mechanism of implementation between the two parties for these areas through the formation of committees and joint task forces to hold consultative meetings for co-ordination in the areas falling within the scope of the MoU.
The memorandum was signed by Dr Hassan al-Derham, president of QU, and Faleh al-Naemi, chairman and managing director of Qatar Post.
Dr al-Derham said, “This venture of fruitful co-operation between Qatar University and Qatar Post will enhance the mutual benefits of the two sides. This memorandum is a real opportunity to build new bridges of communication between us, as well as provide a range of appropriate and modified services aligned with the needs of the university.”
“Qatar University’s relationship with Qatar Post is a renewed one. It will continue in the future, especially in the light of the development of modern technologies, which has become vital in the postal services and can contribute to the development and support of the university,” Dr al-Derham added.
Al-Naemi said, “I am proud to sign this important agreement with Qatar University, the establishment I graduated from. This memorandum will improve postal services at Qatar University, which is something we hope to achieve in all governmental organisations.”

Last updated: December 23 2017 10:16 PM

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