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Qatar economic working group arrives in South Korea to strengthen smart farm cooperation

Published May 26, 2024

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The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs of South Korea announced an upcoming visit by Qatar's economic working group, led by Massoud Jalala Almari, Director of the Food Security Department of the Autonomous Administration, and officials from Hassad Food and Qatar Development Bank. The visit, scheduled for May 27 to 31, is a follow-up to the Smart Farm Cooperation Committee established after the revision of the MOU on smart farm cooperation between the two countries. The Qatari group will explore potential cooperation in smart farm technologies and investment, with a focus on visiting Korean sites related to agriculture and rural development. The visit aims to deepen the partnership and enhance the international competitiveness of South Korea's smart farm solutions.
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The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (hereinafter referred to as Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Minister Song Mi-ryeong) announced that the Qatari economic working group will visit Korea from Monday, May 27. During President Yoon Seok-yeol's visit to Qatar last October, the two countries revised the memorandum of understanding (MOU) on smart farm cooperation and established a director-level working committee to specify cooperation plans. As a follow-up to summit diplomacy, the two countries held the first Smart Farm Cooperation Committee (February 22, 2024, Doha, Qatar), and this visit to Korea is part of the follow-up measures for the cooperation committee. The Qatar Economic Working Group was headed by Massoud Jalala Almari, Director of the Food Security Department of the Autonomous Administration, and was composed of officials from Hassad Food, a public institution specializing in investment in the agricultural sector, and Qatar Development Bank ...
Source: Mafra
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