Doha, 22 November 2021 (TDI): The Assistant Foreign Minister and Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Qatar, Lolwah bint Rashid Al Khater, met today with Japan’s Ambassador to the state, Satoshi Maeda. The two sides discussed the bilateral relations and cooperation between Qatar and Japan. Hence, they addressed the developments in Qatar on the humanitarian, economic, political, and military levels.
Likewise, the Foreign Minister of Qatar characterized the monetary and confronting difficulties of the public authority taking steps to build the potential outcomes of Both countries. The Ministers examined the possibility of supporting the country and giving it financial and economic repayments to the national bank for the cash trade upgrades.
The Foreign Minister of Japan welcomed the idea of monetary and political security. Both countries share a friendly bond that includes the political, economic, military, investment sectors, and diplomatic relations for so many decades. As well, citizens of Qatar kept up with their customs and culture, and they have good relations with Japan. Qatar sees Japan as one of the model countries in the public structure.
The international strategy of the countries is expanding the complex relationship between them. Qatari officials expressed that “we are embracing social exercises to advance the Qatari arrangements in Japan“. The participation by the Qatar-Japan organization and different individuals who have a relationship with Japan moreover was expanded.
The gathering showed Japanese traditions and qualities showed Japanese motion pictures, presented Japanese food sources, and exhibited the tea function, the conventional Japanese drum execution, and different courses/addresses.
The State of Qatar’s Ambassador to Japan, Satoshi Maeda, thanked the Qatari official for all the hard work and appreciation to both countries.