Côte d’Ivoire-Qatar relations are developing in various fields
The Ambassador of Côte d’Ivoire to the State Cissé Abdoul Karim praised the bilateral relations between his country and Qatar, saying that they have resulted in the signing of a number of agreements in important areas of ‘common interest. Speaking to the Qatar News Agency (QNA) to mark Qatar’s National Day, the ambassador said the two sides signed 10 cooperation agreements in different fields. He indicated that new meetings will be scheduled in order to boost the entry into force of the agreements signed and ratified by the two parties, once there is a gradual lifting of the restrictive measures linked to the pandemic.
He pointed out that Qatar Airways had started its flights to Abidjan in mid-June this year, stressing that this step would help to strengthen bilateral cooperation between the two countries by facilitating travel for businessmen and tourists, which would increase bilateral trade.
He also stressed that the two countries will continue to work in close collaboration to strengthen and develop cooperation between businessmen and investors, within the framework of exchange of experiences and implementation of joint development projects.
In his assessment of Qatar’s handling of the pandemic, he noted that Qatar’s economy remained resilient in the face of the economic impact of the pandemic, thanks to the preventive measures taken in 2020 by the government of Qatar to prevent the spread of the pandemic. spread of the virus.
He added that Qatar’s early vaccination policy has enabled the country to prevent outbreaks of the disease very quickly, facilitating the gradual resumption of economic activities and the movement of people and goods. On preparations for next year’s World Cup, he said his country supports Qatar’s efforts to host the event and praised the country’s ability to complete all eight stadiums one year ahead of the event. The Ambassador congratulated His Highness the Amir and his people on the occasion of Qatar’s National Day, and wished them further progress and development.