Qatar Ports Management Company is studying investing in concessions in Black Sea ports
Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Qatar Ports Management Company is studying investing in concessions in Black Sea ports

Qatar Ports Management Company is studying investing in concessions in Black Sea ports Olvia, and Kherson — partly to facilitate the export of food to Qatar, a desert peninsula in the Persian Gulf. Ukraine’s Seaports Administration has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Qatari ports company, known as Mwani Qatar. Qatari Transport Minister Jassim Saif Al Sulaiti said his nation is interested in sending large vessels to Yuzhny through Kanal Istanbul, when Turkey’s new Black Sea-Mediterranean channel is completed, probably in 2023. He also confirmed Qatar Airways’ plan to start Doha-Lviv flights in the near future.

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