Officials from Qatar Chamber held a meeting yesterday with a trade delegation from Thailand headed by deputy permanent secretary at the Ministry of Labour, Major Romayong Surakitbunharn.
Surakitbunharn, as well as Thai ambassador to Qatar Nathapol Khantahiran, was received by Qatar Chamber first vice chairman Mohamed bin Towar al-Kuwari at the chamber’s Doha headquarters.
During the meeting, both parties discussed ways to enhance co-operation relations between Qatar and Thailand in the field labour. The meeting also presented different sectors in the Qatari market where Thai labourers could showcase their skills.
Al-Kuwari said Qatar and Thailand “are linked with distinct co-operation relations in many fields.” He noted that qualified and trained Thai labourers “are highly-welcomed” to work in projects being implemented by the country and in the tourism, services, healthcare industry, and food security sectors.
Surakitbunharn stressed that Thailand supports the development of its co-operation ties with Qatar and the country’s 2030 national vision. She also expressed her country’s preparedness to provide Qatar with qualified labourers in various sectors.
“Qatar has managed to achieve a significant development at all aspects. It is growing fast. There are many Thai companies operating in the Qatari market,” Surakitbunharn added.