Qatar is participating in the 12th session of the Russian-Arab Business Council and the fourth International ‘ARABIA-EXPO’ exhibition at Moscow, Russia, which began on Monday.
A Qatari delegation chaired by Sultan bin Rashid al-Khater, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, at the event, which will conclude today. The ceremony brings together a number of Russian officials, government figures and heads of participating Arab delegations.
The 12th session of the Russian-Arab Business Council provides a platform to strengthen dialogue between Russia and the Arab region and bolster co-operation on the economic, trade and investment levels.
This year’s edition features working sessions on the prospects of developing Russian and Arab relations and the advantages of the business environment in Moscow. Discussions also touches on investment opportunities across Arab countries and Russia as well as services offered in free economic zones in participating countries.
The session features round table discussions on a number of economic topics, including infrastructure, construction, real estate, financial services, trade, medicine, pharmacy and cosmetics.
A number of bilateral business council meetings are being organised by Russia and several participating Arab countries, such as Iraq, Yemen, Palestine, Jordan, Oman, Sudan and Morocco.
The exhibition aims to encourage bilateral investments in Arab countries and Russia, to showcase investment opportunities, and to enable participating countries to promote and market their goods and services. It also provides a platform to strengthen communication between businessmen, companies and institutions in Arab countries and Russia.
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