Poland and Qatar have reached agreements on, among other things, the shipbuilding industry

Poland has concluded agreements with Qatar on cooperation in, among other things, the shipbuilding industry, the Ministry of Development and Technology said on Friday. The parties discussed economic cooperation during Friday’s Polish-Qatari New Technology Forum organised in Warsaw.

The fifth Polish-Qatar New Technology Forum was organised in Warsaw by the Ministry of Development and Technology, the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) and the Polish Embassy in Doha.

“To strengthen Polish-Qatari relations, the event also included agreements on cooperation in the shipbuilding industry, among others. Future industries, including the development of artificial intelligence and cyber security, were also mentioned among the areas of cooperation with the greatest potential,” – the Ministry of Development and Technology reported.

The event brought together more than 200 people, including representatives of almost 100 Polish companies and more than 60 representatives of Qatari companies and state institutions, the ministry said. Participants discussed the most promising areas of cooperation between the two countries.

“Qatar plays a key role in ensuring Poland’s stable supply of liquefied natural gas, which significantly affects our country’s energy security. With its dynamic transformation based on the +Qatar Vision 2030+ strategy, which has been changing the face of Qatar for 16 years, we have the opportunity to develop our bilateral relationship even more fully. We see a number of key areas where Polish players could play an important role, such as transport, construction or cyber security,” – Development and Technology Minister Krzysztof Paszyk said at the opening of the forum, quoted in the release.

As indicated by MRiT, the forum featured panel discussions during which representatives of the business world and state institutions discussed investment opportunities in Poland and Qatar.

“Although Poland and Qatar are separated by hundreds of kilometres, we share a good relationship. Their key area is our strategic cooperation in the field of energy. However, mutual investment is also growing. Qatari investors are, for example, present in the Polish real estate market. As one of the leaders in Europe’s digital transformation, Poland also sees particular potential for cooperation with Qatar in the fields of digitalisation of the public sector, financial services and cyber security.” – PAIH President Andrzej Dycha noted in his opening speech.

Source: PortalMorski.pl

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