Qatari delegation to take part in Russian Energy Week
Qatari Minister of Energy and Industry Mohammed Saleh Abdulla Al Sada has confirmed he will take part in Russian Energy Week 2017. Al Sada will lead a delegation from his country, which will include about 10 public figures and employees of the Qatari Ministry of Energy and Industry.
Qatar has expressed confidence that a constructive dialogue will be held as part of the Russian Energy Week business programme. “We are interested in discussing a number of issues concerning the prospects of the world energy market”, Al Sada said.
Delegations from Japan, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Bangladesh, and other countries have also confirmed they will be participating in the event.
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