Doha, 23 November 2021 (TDI): Secretary-General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Qatar Ahmed bin Hassan Al Hammadi held the 3rd political consultation with Georgia Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Alexander Khvtisiashvili.
The two Ministers discussed the bilateral relations and cooperation respective of the countries. The meeting took place in Doha capital of Qatar.
During this important meeting, the two sides discussed bilateral relations especially about building political consultations on regional and global issues. Along with that Qatari side shared about the financial and business opportunities particularly the impetuses, enactment, and venture openings made accessible in Qatar.
— Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Qatar (@MofaQatar_EN) November 23, 2021
Qatar and Georgia established diplomatic ties on March 16, 1993. Georgia opened the Embassy of Georgia in Qatar in November 2012. Initially, Georgia had three diplomatic missions in the Arab world and now it has expanded to other regions as well.
Georgia’s government and the State of Qatar support each other. Georgia has put a priority to support and build relations with Qatar and the rest of the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries.
Georgia is interested to build and attracting Qatari investment in the country along with reaching global markets. There is a number of high-level visits from both sides. These regular visits and meetings reflect the interest of the two countries to promote cooperation in important sectors of mutual interest.