Qatar Petroleum showed interest to enhance its investment in Pakistan.
Saad Sherida Al Kaabi—the President and CEO of Qatar Petroleum held talks in Islamabad with the Prime Minister—Imran Khan on cooperation in the field of energy.
The CEO and President of Qatar Petroleum reviewed the global portfolio and activities especially its efforts to assist in meeting the global demand of natural gas. He also said that Qatar Petroleum has got deep interest in enhancing its investment in Pakistan and to make the already existing relations between both countries much stronger.
Al Kaabi also emphasized on the significance of Qatar Petroleum places in Pakistan as a promising energy market after the signing of the latest LNG deal, and the assurance to provide a safeguard to its future energy demands, particularly LNG.
Previously, Mohammad bin Abdulrahman Al Thani—the foreign minister of Qatar has offered to give one lac jobs to Pakistanis. The act is a positive initiative by Qatar to enhance the bilateral ties between the two countries. The jobs offered are both for the skilled and semi-skilled Pakistani workers.
Both Pakistan and Qatar are vital members of the Muslim world and vowed to keep working in a union at all forums for the betterment of all common causes.
Earlier it was in the news that Qatar has contacted Pakistan for almost one lac Pakistani skilled workers for the making of the upcoming FIFA 2022 World Cup.
The Qatar government through their soft visa policy has initiated to provide visas to the Pakistani nationals.