For the first time a Bangladeshi solo art exhibition has been held in Qatar.
Yousuf Patwary (Qatar) :
For the first time, a single Bangladeshi art exhibition has been organized at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center, Qatar, in the Middle East country.
The three-day long exhibition was inaugurated by Hon’ble Prime Minister’s Private Investment and Industrial Trade Advisor Salman F Rahman MP and Qatar Business Association Chairman Sheikh Faisal bin Qasim Al Thani.
The exhibition runs from 8am to 5pm daily, from January 25 to January 5.
The Bangladesh Forum was jointly organized by Qatar and the Bangladesh Embassy.
During the second day of the seminar, the Honorable Foreign Minister of the Government of Bangladesh Shahriar Alam, MP, told reporters that the two countries had discussed trade and business development with high-ranking Qatari officials.
BFQ’s founding president Iftekhar Ahmed attended the seminar under the leadership of Israat Ara Yousuf, Bangladesh Ambassador to Qatar Asud Ahmed, QFC CEO Yusuf Al Zaida and current president of BFQ Yusuf Saeed Anwar Hossain Anwar, Bisqueer.
The Bangladesh Industrial Development Authority, Export Development Bureau, Economic Zones, High Tech Parks Authority and seven nominated industrial groups of the country participated in the fair.
Migrants from different countries, including prominent Qatari businessmen and expatriate Bangladeshis, were in the crowd. Besides, local backpacks and various dishes were served at the fair.
Every day there was a dance and fashion show at the exhibition stage, attended by one of the country’s leading fashion designing organizations, World Color.