His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani affirmed that talks with the President of the Republic of Slovenia Borut Pahor were constructive and would contribute to the development of bilateral relations at various levels, especially in the fields of politics, economy, commerce, energy, infrastructure, and tourism.
In a joint press statement with the Slovenian President at the presidential palace in the capital Ljubljana this morning, His Highness said that the two sides discussed the latest regional and international developments, particularly those in Europe and the Middle East.
His Highness the Amir concluded his statements by expressing his thanks and appreciation to the President for the warm welcome and hospitality, highlighting his happiness to make his first visit to the Republic of Slovenia.
For his part, the Slovenian President welcomed His Highness the Amir, expressing his happiness at receiving His Highness and the accompanying delegation, and added that he looks forward to the positive outcomes of the visit. President Pahor expressed his hope that bilateral ties between the two countries will strengthen in all fields. Pahor also praised the development of bilateral relations and cooperation in various aspects. He also reviewed the Slovenian-Qatari partnership in various fields and said he looks forward to developing them to broader horizons, especially with the promising investment opportunities for the two countries and cooperation in the field of energy.
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