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30 Oct 2016

Qatar and Belarus can work together in many areas

Qatar and Belarus can work together in many areas

DOHA, 30 October (BelTA) – Qatar and Belarus can work together in many areas, Dr. Khalid M. Al-Ali, a prominent businessman, public and academic figure, told reporters, BelTA has learned.

“I am happy to see a delegation from Belarus in Qatar and to have an opportunity to explore the areas for cooperation. For me, as businessman, it is very interesting to follow these events here in Qatar. There are many areas for Belarus and Qatar to work together and contribute to the economic growth of the two countries,” said the businessman.

He noted that Belarus has a very transparent tax policy. “This is very important and attractive for foreign business. So is the support for certain sectors of the economy. Moreover, you have fantastic education and healthcare systems. People in your country have quite a good level of education. All this contributes, in our understanding, to the good business climate,” Dr. Khalid M. Al-Ali said.

According to him, the interest in the development of relations between Belarus and Qatar is increasing. “I am not speaking on behalf of the Government. I am a representative of business. But as I watch from aside, I see that the bilateral relations are in the highest point of development, joint business flourishes under such conditions. This is a good time for companies and business to make investments and foster contacts,” the Qatari businessman said.

“I have heard many good things about Belarus and its people from my partners and friends, and they advise me to make a trip there,” he added.

Speaking about the prospects for his business in Belarus, Dr. Khalid M. Al-Ali said he would like to open a representative office of his IT company Senseta. “We are interested in working with Belarus in the technology sector. We have experience in implementing similar projects in South America, for instance. The office will have goals beyond the IT sphere. It will serve as a gateway to cooperation with Belarus, trade between the two countries. Our countries can offer a lot to each other,” he said.

The businessman added that his company is international and provides end-to-end solutions for the biggest data challenges, forecasting services in financial planning. Among the clients of the company are national security agencies and big telecommunications and financial organizations.

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