The Prime Minister of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina Wajed, called on Qatari businessmen and investors to invest in her country. This came during her speech today at the Trade and Investment Forum in Bangladesh, with the participation of the Qatar Chamber, the Qatari Businessmen Association and the Qatar Financial Center. She emphasized the strong relations between Qatar and Bangladesh, expressing her aspiration for further development in relations between the two countries in the coming years. During her speech at the opening of the forum, Sheikh Hasina referred to the great incentives and facilities provided by the government in Bangladesh to investors, looking forward to the entry of more Qatari companies and investors into her country’s markets. She emphasized the strong performance of the economy in Bangladesh and the strong rise in GDP growth, despite the challenges posed by the repercussions of the Corona virus (Covid-19) on the global economy. The Prime Minister of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh praised the great success of the State of Qatar in organizing the FIFA,Football,Soccer,Football,Soccer World Cup Qatar 2022. In this context, HE Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim Al Thani, Chairman of the Qatari Businessmen Association, said on the sidelines of his participation in the forum that Qatar and Bangladesh have strong cooperation relations that extend for years. Long, pointing out that the forum was an opportunity to learn about investment opportunities in Bangladesh. He stressed that Qatari businessmen are keen to enhance investment opportunities and partnerships with companies in countries with which we have extended and strong relations, noting that the agricultural and tourism industrial sectors always have priority. Mr. Youssef Mohamed Al Jaidah, CEO of the Qatar Financial Center, delivered a speech in which he reviewed the developments taking place in the Qatar Financial Center and the investment incentives it provides. For his part, Dr. Khalid Clifikh Al-Hajri, a member of the Board of Directors of Qatar Chamber, said that the establishment of such forums represents a good opportunity to strengthen relations between the private sector in the two friendly countries, noting that the forum reviewed investment incentives in Bangladesh and developments in the economy. He considered that industry, agriculture and tourism represent promising sectors full of investment opportunities. For his part, Khalid bin Jabr bin Tawar Al-Kuwari, member of the Board of Directors of Qatar Chamber, said during his participation in the meeting that the chamber is keen to strengthen cooperation relations and increase the volume of trade exchange between Qatar and Bangladesh, pointing out that the private sector in Qatar is keen to invest in Bangladesh, especially with the availability of Investment incentives and facilities.