Gambia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation Dr Mamadou Tangar has invited Qatari businessmen to explore investment opportunities in the West African country.
In a meeting at the Qatar Chamber yesterday, Tangar, who was received by the chamber’s second vice chairman Rashid bin Hamad al-Athba, praised the strong ties between his country and Qatar, and stressed that Qatari investments are welcome in Gambia.
Tourism is among the most promising sectors in Gambia, the minister said during the meeting with al-Athba and Gambian ambassador Foday Malang.
The meeting reviewed ways of enhancing trade and economic ties between both countries and exploring investment opportunities in Gambia. Tangar called on Qatari businessmen and investors to visit Gambia and identify the available investment opportunities there and tap the services offered by the government to foreign investors.
For his part, al-Athba said Qatar’s economy is robust and is attracting foreign investments and international companies. He noted that Qatari businessmen are looking forward to identifying opportunities available in Gambia in all sectors.
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