Pakistan government to make lot of lucrative investment offers to Qatar: Sources

Pakistan government to make lot of lucrative investment offers to Qatar: Sources

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said arrived on Tuesday in Qatari capital Doha on the invitation of Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani. He is expected to sign a string of agreements during his visit.

In his tweets uploaded on Tuesday hours before he departed on a two-day visit link of Qatar link, Shehbaz Sharif link said that the visit link would renew the brotherly and friendly relations existing between the two countries. “We want to transform these bilateral relations into a more effective strategic partnership,” he added.

“In my interactions with my host country’s business community, I will inform them of attractive investment opportunities existing in Pakistan, especially in renewable energy, food security, the development of industrial infrastructure and tourism sector,” he informed.

The prime minister pointed out that it was important to understand the backdrop of this visit link. “The world’s economy, which was hit by the coronavirus pandemic, is now recovering, while geo-political tensions have affected the chain of demand and supply,” he said, adding, “Common challenges demand that both the countries explore new avenues of cooperation.”

On the other hand, sources told 24News TV channel that some important agreements link were expected to be signed between the two countries during PM Shehbaz’s visit link.

Qatari businessmen, they added, would exchange views with the prime minister about the prospects for investment in Pakistan.

They informed that progress was also likely in talks on the LNG link.

The sources explained that following changes in the LNG link policy, the prospects for investment in the sector had brightened.

They informed that the government officials had already reached Qatar link.