Qatar, Malaysia to set up joint high committee

  • 1 year ago
  • 1053
Qatar, Malaysia to set up joint high committee

Qatar Amir-Mahathir talks focus on energy and economy

Amir of Qatar, His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani and Malaysian Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamed held chats on Thursday on uniting and creating co-task between the two nations in the fields of vitality, economy and venture. 

The discussions were held met at the Prime Minister's office in the Malaysian capital city of Kuala Lumpur, where the Amir landed on Wednesday on an official visit. This was the main authority meeting between the Amir and the Malaysian Prime Minister since Mahathir took office in May this year, Qatar News Agency revealed. 

The two pioneers checked on two-sided relations and examined co-activity, incorporating into the perfect vitality part and get together of engine vehicles, in which Malaysia has broad experience. 

They consented to shape a joint high panel headed by the remote priests of the two nations, notwithstanding enact the joint financial board of trustees framed in 2009. 

The Amir and the Malaysian Prime Minister traded sees on various local and worldwide issues, including the Yemeni and the Syrian emergencies. 

The gathering additionally examined Malaysia's endeavors to help Rohingya's outcasts, and the opposite sides consented to increase philanthropic endeavors and philanthropy to help them in their experience. 

The Malaysian Prime Minister insisted the need to unravel the Gulf emergency through exchange and conciliatory means between the gatherings concerned. 

The discussions were gone to by individuals from the official assignment going with the Amir and Malaysian priests and senior authorities. 

Later the Amir went to a lunch meeting dinner facilitated by Mahathir. 


Today, the Amir will respect the victors of Sheik Tamim Anti-Corruption International Excellence Award amid a service in the Malaysian city of Putrajaya in co-activity with the United Nations. 

In the mean time, the Malaysian diplomat to Qatar Ahmad Fadil Shamsuddin has hailed the Amir's visit which he said would help ties and reciprocal co-activity. 

He disclosed to Gulf Times on Wednesday that the aggregate exchange among Malaysia and Qatar "has expanded twofold in 10 years," from $320mn in 2007 to $670mn in 2017. 

"I am glad to state that the present condition of two-sided relations among Malaysia and Qatar is at its most abnormal amount as showed by the trading of abnormal state visits. It is visualized that these visits will upgrade Malaysia-Qatar relations particularly in exchange and speculation, training, ladies and network improvement, hostile to debasement, and furthermore to fashion nearer close to home relations with Qatari pioneers. 

"I am of the view that His Highness' second visit to Malaysia will upgrade on the chance to examine ways and implies and to additionally fortify reciprocal co-task between the two nations, and in addition trade sees on different issues that are of shared concern and regular interests with the Qatari pioneers," the envoy included.