Amir meets German President
Berlin: The Amir HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani met this morning with President of the Federal Republic of Germany HE Dr. Frank-Walter Steinmeier, at the Presidential Palace of Bellevue in the capital, Berlin.
At the beginning of the meeting, HE the German President praised the visit of HH the Amir, and the relations of the two countries, which are based on friendship, cooperation, mutual respect and common interests. His Excellency expressed Germany’s welcome of this visit, wishing His Highness and the accompanying delegation a good stay in Germany.
For his part, HH the Amir expressed his thanks and appreciation for the President’s friendly feelings, which reflect the depth of friendship and exemplary relations that unite the two friendly countries and peoples, expressing his satisfaction at the convergence of views between the two countries on issues of common interest.
In the same context, HH the Amir affirmed that cooperation between the two countries will positively affect bilateral relations in all their vital fields, pointing out that one of Qatar’s priorities is to develop bilateral relations for the benefit of the two friendly peoples.
HH the Amir also expressed his thanks to HE the German President for the hospitality and good reception, wishing him good health and happiness, and his friendly country further progress and prosperity.
During the meeting, they reviewed the relations of cooperation between the two friendly countries, and ways of developing and upgrading them in various fields, in addition to discussing the overall current regional and international situation.
The meeting was attended by a number of Their Excellencies members of the official delegation accompanying HH the Amir, and from the German side, by a number of Their Excellencies the Ministers.
HH the Amir and HE the German President held a bilateral meeting prior to the talks, during which they discussed the prospects for Qatari-German cooperation and aspects of its development, in addition to exchanging views on a number of issues of common interest.
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