The French Presidential Adviser for Hunting Affairs Thierry Coste was received by the Cultural Village Foundation – Katara general manager Dr Khalid bin Ibrahim al-Sulaiti yesterday to discuss developing bilateral co-operation in the fields of culture heritage. The visit aims to boost ties between Qatar and France in the cultural aspects and find more horizons of cultural exposure and exchange of expertise.
Subsequently, Coste and his delegation visited Al Gannas Society and were briefed on its activities, events and tournaments, which aim to preserve the original Qatari heritage associated with falconry, its role in preserving rare falcon breeds and about the hunting environment in Qatar.
The French delegation also learned about Katara’s International Hunting and Falcons Exhibition S’hail, one of the largest global events of its kind and a first in Qatar and the Middle East.
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