The Qatari Businessmen Association (QBA) participated in the ‘Qatar-Poland Virtual Roundtables’ organised on Monday by the Polish Embassy in Qatar. QBA member Salah al-Jaidah delivered a speech during the opening session, QBA said in a statement.
The opening session also included a speech by Polish ambassador Janusz Janke and from Abdullah Fakhro, Qatar’s ambassador to Poland. Qatar-Polish Business Council chairman Daniel Debala and Qatar Free Zones Authority’s Fahad al-Kuwari also spoke during the virtual event.
In his speech, al-Jaidah said the global crisis “has given everyone a reason to rethink how to design and operate the global economy to ensure its efficiency and resilience.”
Al-Jaidah stressed that since the blockade the State of Qatar has become stronger and further developed its global communications network and infrastructure, which helped a lot in overcoming the crisis, in addition to the presence of strategic international partners who stood by the state and worked together to enhance commercial relations.
He said, “The current crisis has urged us to develop unconventional ways in the future to cooperate with international private sector institutions and businessmen around the world in order to support the efforts of our countries to overcome them.”
Al-Jaidah highlighted that such meetings will help transfer experiences and expertise that may help all parties overcome challenges “better and faster,” and they can also help build bridges with the aim of strengthening economic cooperation and opening new horizons and opportunities for businessmen and companies.
He also spoke about QBA’s role, saying that since its inception, the association has been seeking to serve the national economy by supporting the state in its efforts to diversify sources of income, achieving sustainable and comprehensive development by 2030, localising highly-competitive industries, while benefiting from the incentives provided by our government and the well-established investment climate, as well as the great opportunities that are capable of turning Qatar into a major global player.
Al-Jaidah stressed that the virtual platform should be used to exchange ideas on how to create opportunities and ways to enhance cooperation between Qatar and Poland. He also hoped for the success of the meeting in its discussions and objectives.
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