HH the Amir, Botswana President discuss ways to boost ties

HH the Amir, Botswana President discuss ways to boost ties

By QLNews

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani held official talks with the President of Botswana, Dr Mokgweetsi Masisi, yesterday at the Amiri Diwan.

The two leaders engaged in discussions focused on enhancing bilateral ties between Qatar and Botswana.

The talks looked into ways of further developing the Qatar-Botswana bond by means of collaborative projects in a number of fields, in particular the areas of investment, minerals, infrastructure, and air transport, according to Qatar Tribune.

HH the Amir and the Botswana President also exchanged views on a number of regional and international issues of common concern.

Furthermore, the two leaders witnessed the signing of some Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) to facilitate cooperation in the domains of defense, youth and sports, culture, and political consultations, reported Gulf Times.


A number of ministers and members of the official delegation that arrived in Doha with the President of Botswana joined the session where the different MoU’s were signed.Earlier upon his arrival at the Amiri Diwan, the Dr Masisi was accorded an official reception.


HH the Amir also hosted a luncheon banquet in honor of the visiting president and his delegation.


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