PM Anwar invites companies in Qatar to invest in digital sectors, energy transfer and artificial intelligence (AI)


 

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KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s meeting with Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, Amir Qatar on 13th May 2024 at Amiri Diwan had discussed in depth on the Palestine –Israel conflict.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a statement said, the two leaders urged all concerned parties to play their roles to find solutions to end the sufferings of the Palestine people.

“In this matter, all the countries with similar concerns should cooperate to realize the “dream.”

“The discussion also touched on the efforts to elevate the bilateral cooperation especially in trade and investments.

“The prime minister welcomes companies in Qatar to explore the opportunities in Malaysia,” the statement said.

Meanwhile, the prime minister in his Facebook post today said, he had the opportunity to meet with the Hamas delegation – in line with Malaysia’s stance and commitment to continuously playing the role to stop the attacks and aggressions in Gaza and Rafah besides ensuring the humanitarian aids access is an ongoing process.

According to the prime minister, he had also spent time meeting with leaders of industries based in Qatar to attract quality investments to Malaysia and at the same time delivered a speech at the Qatar National Library and later met with the Malaysians living there.

Anwar said he attended the Qatar Economic Forum (QEF) 2024 in which he had the opportunity to be on the grand stage in the session entitled “The Conversation with the Prime Minister of Malaysia.”

“In this session I have discussed on the attractions of Malaysia as the main investment destination.

“I have also stressed that Malaysia is giving special attention to digital transformation sector, energy transfer and artificial intelligence (AI).

“All these sectors among others are to generate the future growth of Malaysia.
“I had also answered many questions raised including the slanderous casino issue that was played by Bloomberg,” he said. –Malaysia World News.


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