His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani attended Wednesday a dinner banquet held by Czech President Milos Zeman at the presidential residence in Prague Castle, in honour of His Highness and the accompanying delegation.
Before the banquet, the president welcomed the Amir, the accompanying delegation and Qatari businessmen, noting that bilateral relations are witnessing growing development thanks to the commitment of leadership in the two countries to enhance them to the benefit of the two friendly countries and peoples, especially at the economic level.

He highlighted the investment opportunities available in the Czech Republic, and at the same time looked forward to a long-term co-operation with Qatar.
At the conclusion of his speech, he wished the Amir success.
For his part, His Highness the Amir in his speech expressed his appreciation to the president and the friendly Czech people for their hospitality.
His Highness also expressed his thanks for the feelings conveyed in the president's speech and his keenness to support friendly relations between the two countries.
His Highness stressed that he shares the same keenness and will continue striving in order to have those relations reach a level that meets the aspirations of both sides.
His Highness also expressed his congratulations to the Czech president on the country's presidency of the European Union in its current session, stressing his confidence that the Czech Republic can contribute to efforts of finding peaceful solutions to crises and issues that threaten international peace and security through the important role of the European Union in that field.
In this regard, His Highness indicated his aspiration to enhance co-operation with the Czech Republic in international forums, and to work with it to support all these efforts.
The dinner banquet was attended by Their Excellencies members of the official delegation accompanying the Amir.
On the Czech side it was attended by ministers, in addition to a number of businessmen and ranking officials from both countries.
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