As part of Ooredoo’s efforts to enrich the lives of communities across industries and to accelerate digital transformation in all operating markets, Chairperson of Ooredoo Maldives, Ms. Fatima Al Kuwari invited a ministerial delegation from Maldives and facilitated meetings with key Qatari Ministries and institutions in Doha, Qatar. The meetings were initiated and facilitated by Ooredoo to share best practices and discuss possible collaborations for digital led progress between Qatar and Maldives.
The Maldivian ministerial delegation included Hon. Aminath Shauna, Minister of Environment, Climate Change & Technology, Hon. Dr Aishath Ali, Minister of Education, Hon. Yumna Maumoon, Minister of Arts & Culture, and state ministers from the Ministries. Meetings were arranged with Qatari Ministries including H.E. Buthaina bint Ali Al-Nuaimi, Minister of Education, H.E. Sheikh Dr Faleh bin Nasser bin Ahmed bin Ali Al Thani, Minister of Environment & Climate Change, H.E. Mohamed bin Ali Al Mannai, Minister of Communications & Information Technology, H.E. Sheikh Abdul Rahman bin Hamad Al Thani Minister of Culture, Arts & Heritage and top management of Ooredoo group, accompanied by Managing Director and CEO of Ooredoo Maldives, Khalid Al Hamadi and Chief Commercial Officer of Ooredoo Maldives, Hussain Niyaz.
In addition to the meetings held with the Qatar Ministries, Ooredoo also facilitated visits to key relevant institutions including the Qatar Foundation that featured a tour of the Qatar National Library to discuss ways to collaborate and upgrade the Maldives National Library. Moreover, the delegation team from the Maldives also visited the Qatar National Museum, Katara Cultural Village that included tours of art galleries, workshops, exhibition areas, performance arenas, and other cultural museums.
Ooredoo’s aim with these meetings is to exchange ideas and establish partnerships to further enhance the lives of the people of both Qatar and Maldives.
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