Gulf Times, Qatar’s leading English newspaper, signed a partnership agreement with Korea Times Sunday on the sidelines of Doha Forum to exchange exclusive content between the media organisations.
The agreement was signed by Mohamed al-Moadhadi , representative of the Board of Directors of Gulf Times and Kwon Mee-yoo, Politics and City Desk Assistant Editor, Korea Times. According to the agreement both parties shall discuss and exchange areas of media cooperation between them.

After the signing ceremony al-Moadhadi said: “We are delighted to sign a co-operation agreement with Korea Times. Gulf Times as the leading newspaper in the country, welcomes another leader from Korea. We are hopeful that this partnership will be fruitful and help to expand the media visibility of Qatar in Korea, and vice versa.”
“We know that in the fast changing global media scenario, partnerships such as this one, will help disseminate facts and figures through reliable channels. We look forward to a successful and fruitful partnership,” added al-Moadhadi.

Mee-yoo highlighted that her newspaper wanted to get more information and content about Qatar and the Middle East through the tie up with Gulf Times.
“We know that Gulf Times is the leading newspaper in the country and we want to exchange ideas and content. We hope to exchange content first and then we plan to exchange human resources. Through this partnership, we hope to get direct access to the contents from Qatar and the region,” she said.
As per the agreement, there will be sharing and covering of news, interviews and events organised by the Gulf Times and the Korea Times. Both parties also will support contact points and regular communication.