HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani met on Thursday with the Qatari innovators who were awarded gold and silver medals at the International Exhibition of Innovations Geneva held recently.
The prime minister praised the efforts of the Qatari inventors and their achievement in the international scientific forum, which brought together inventors from around the world.
He wished them success and further scientific achievements to bring more glory to Qatar in regional and international forums, adding that the winning inventions contribute to improving the quality of life and achieving further economic and social well-being.
The prime minister highlighted the attention the state pays to innovators in different fields and encouraged them to promote the country's direction towards a knowledge-based economy.
The inventors from the Qatar Scientific Club were awarded six medals - four gold and two silver - in a strong competition with 600 inventors from 40 countries around the world.
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