Enterprise Management Co., Ltd.. The conference conducted in-depth communication on the signing of the memorandum on cooperation between the China-Arab States Technology Transfer Center (CASTTC) and the Qatar Free Zones Authority, and reached an agreement on the establishment of the China-Arab States (Qatar) Technology Transfer Center. It is believed that the establishment of the branch center will be conducive to establishing a long-term effective communication mechanism between China and Qatar, actively promoting cooperation in the implementation of relevant projects as mentioned in the memorandum, and promote China-Qatar science and technology cooperation. Brian Su, Director of the Markets of the Greater China of the Qatar Free Zones Authority, said that the epidemic prevention and control in Qatar is good at present, and the resumption of work and production has been progressing in an orderly way since September. Although the COVID-19 takes its toll on international science and technology cooperation, the Qatar Free Zones Authority expressed their eagerness to promote the signing of the memorandum, and invited CASTTC for a visit if conditions permit in the future. Considering the difficulties brought by the epidemic to international science and technology cooperation, the Director General of CASTTC proposed that the two sides can carry out online promotion activities to actively explore new areas of science and technology cooperation while promoting cooperation in agricultural projects between Qatar and Ningxia University. Qatar is also warmly invited to participate in the 2021 China-Arab States Expo.