Qatari Ambassador Fahad Rashid Al- Muraili has told House Speaker Bhofal Chambers of the Qatari Parliament’s interest of establishing ties with the Liberian Legislature.The Charge d’ Affairs of the Embassy of the State of Qatar here, Amb. Fahad Rashid Al- Muraili recently made the disclosure when he paid a courtesy call on Speaker Chambers at his Capitol Hill office in Monrovia.
Amb. Al-Muraili says he believes that the peoples of the two countries have several things in common and hopes that both the Qatari and Liberian lawmaking bodies kindle a good working relationship, where there will be an exchange of ideals in the context of reciprocity.
Amb. Al-Muraili during the visit expressed his profound appreciation on the continuing good diplomatic ties between Liberia and the State of Qatar which has grown significantly under President George Manneh Weah’s stewardship as President of Liberia.
The Qatari Ambassador also used the occasion to inform Speaker Chambers that he sees the bond between the State of Qatar and Liberia as a lasting one, thus acknowledging efforts of the Weah administration with less than a year in power as an encouraging start and a path in a trajectory to mitigating governance problems amid challenges here.
The Qatari Charge d’ Affairs further divulged that he looks forward to working with other government ministries and agencies, countenance on existing agreements with the State of Qatar. Amb. Al-Muraili also intoned his readiness to keep engaged with the Office of Speaker Chambers on a periodic basis.
For his part, Speaker Chambers expressed thanks for the visit and said that Liberia is a Country that is open to people with good minds like Qatar.Speaker Chambers appeals to the Head of State of Qatar through Amb. Fahad Rashid Al- Muraili to encourage investors to come to Liberia and invest in the country and its people.
Speaker Chambers also told Amb. Al-Muraili and his delegation that Liberia and Qatar have come a long way and have been in a good working relationship, noting that his presence to his office will help to strengthen the relationship.–Press release