Qatar has offered 100,000 jobs to Pakistani Citizens

Pakistan and Qatar promised to reinforce their ties by showing associations and improving financial and business relations. Qatar has offered to give 100,000 jobs to Pakistani Citizens. Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Qatari counterpart Mohammed Abdulrahman Al Thani met on the sidelines of the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly occurring in New York. Pakistan and Qatar promised to reinforce their ties by fashioning associations and improving financial and exchange relations when remote clergymen of the two nations met on Tuesday.

Amid the gathering, the Qatari outside priest offered Qureshi to give work chances to one lac talented Pakistanis. The Minister Al Thani complimented Qureshi on Pakistan’s fruitful pursuits and respected his arrangement as the outside. The two extolled the nearby kindly connection between two nations, as indicated by an official proclamation. Minister Qureshi invited increment in the two-sided exchange by 53%, and the formal operationalisation of the Hamad Port.

He focused on the need to release the immense financial potential between the two nations by expanding the fares in segments, for example, nourishment things, development material, pharmaceuticals, therapeutic gear, sports products and textures. The Pakistani minister proposed early visit of the Qatari Chamber of Commerce and Industry and worried on enacting the Joint Business Council, concurred between the two nations in 2017, the announcement said.

The Qatari Foreign Minister expressed gratitude toward Foreign Minister Qureshi and focused on the significance his nation joins to its respective relations with Pakistan. He responded the cheerfulness appeared by his partner by focusing on the significance of interpreting the longstanding noteworthy relations between the two nations into improved monetary organization. He likewise underlined the need to actuate all current institutional instruments between the two nations, to take two-sided relations to the following level.

The two sides repeated that Pakistan and Qatar are crucial individuals from the Muslim world and pledged to keep on cooperating at all pages for the headway of regular causes, the announcement included.

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One Reply to “Qatar has offered 100,000 jobs to Pakistani Citizens”
  • Muhammad Ali
    01/10/2018 at 8:54 PM

    For shop whole sale


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