Qatar, France agree to strengthen partnership

Qatar, France agree to strengthen partnership

Doha: Qatar and France enjoy bilateral relations that are based on long-term friendship and mutual trust as well as important shared strategic economic interests.

Both countries have developed a growing and fruitful cooperation in various fields.

Minister of Finance H E Ali bin Ahmed Al Kuwari and Minister of Economy, Finance, Industrial and Digital Sovereignty of the French Republic H E Bruno Le Maire held meetings in Doha yesterday on the occasion of the visit of the French Minister to Qatar.

Building on the strong business and economic ties between the State of Qatar and the French Republic, both countries reaffirmed their mutual commitment to deepen their economic and financial cooperation. 

Qatar and France agreed to strengthen their existing partnership, based on the MoU signed between Ali bin Ahmed Al Kuwari and  Bruno Le Maire in December 2021.

Qatar and France discussed the content of a roadmap containing areas and specific projects of common interest, with focus on innovation in digital and emerging technologies in line with both Qatar and France national visions 2030.

The renewal of 300m of the joint investment programme between BPI France and QIA Future French Champions (FFC) has been identified as one of the tools to promote and enhance such investments. Both parties decided to encourage private bilateral cross-investment and partnerships.


 

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