Officials of Qatar Chamber and the German Near and Middle East Association (NUMOV) held a meeting on Monday at the chamber’s headquarters in Doha to discuss investment opportunities for the State and Germany.
Qatar Chamber first vice chairman Mohamed bin Towar al-Kuwari met with the delegation of NUMOV led by the CEO of KSG Security & Defense Agency, Dr Frank Duchardt.
In a statement, Qatar Chamber noted that the meeting revolved around co-operation relations between both sides in various sectors, such as cybersecurity, travel, and tourism, among others.
During the meeting, al-Kuwari lauded the close relations between Qatar and Germany in all fields, especially the commercial and economic aspects. On the other hand, Duchardt paid tribute to the renaissance witnessed by the State of Qatar in all areas, particularly in the infrastructure and preparations as the host of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Duchardt said during the past five years, NUMOV organised five trading delegations to Qatar to explore investment opportunities available in the country and to promote the investment opportunities available in Germany among Qatari investors.
NUMOV is Germany's oldest and largest organisation that promotes economic development between Germany and the countries of the Near and Middle East. It was founded in 1934 to represent the trade and investment interests of the German economy in the countries of this region.
Also, NUMOV organises seminars, conferences, delegations, and provides its member companies with the latest and relevant information about business opportunities available abroad.