A QATARI woman diplomat will undergo a two-month refresher programme at India’s National Defence College, New Delhi starting in April, minister at the Indian embassy Sanjiv Kohli informed the monthly open house yesterday.
The course has diplomats from several countries, including some of the developed ones, said the embassy official. “Usually, diplomats having three to 10 years of experience are given invitation for the course,” he said.
Thanking Qatar for deputing one of its diplomats for the course, the embassy official said it demonstrated the enormous interest this country has in the programmes offered by India.
Kohli said the recent visit of Qatari Deputy PM and Minister of Energy and Industry HE Abdullah bin Hamad al-Attiyah to India was a major success.

The official said that a senior Qatari defence official also recently attended a professional enhancement course at India’s National Defence Academy, Khadakwasla, near Pune.
Qatar’s participation at the recent Arab Cultural Festival in New Delhi was considered as a major boost to the Indo-Qatar relations, he pointed out.
The official said a 25-member team from the country attended the New Delhi event.
The embassy official said India had already extended an invitation to a high ranking legal official from Qatar to visit the country.
The next meeting of the Indo-Qatar joint committee for labour affairs is scheduled for February, according to the embassy official. India has already indicated its preference for New Delhi as the venue for the meeting, he said.
The official termed as a “major success” the embassy’s participation in association with the Indian Business Promotion Network (IBPN) at the recent “Made in Qatar” exhibition.
“Now we are looking forward to hosting an exhibition of major Indian brands in Qatar,” said Kohli.

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