The meeting’s agenda includes the reviewing of the board of director’s report on the activities of Qatar Chamber for the year ended December 31, 2019, according to a statement.
Qatar Chamber announced Tuesday that it will hold an online general assembly meeting on Thursday, May 21.
In a statement to media, the Chamber said that the online meeting will be presided over by Qatar Chamber chairman Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim al-Thani.
“Due to the current circumstances, and in adherence to the precautionary measures taken to curb the outbreak of coronavirus, the general assembly meeting would be held electronically,” the statement explained.
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The statement also stressed that the online registration for attendance in the meeting will start from Wednesday through the Chamber’s website, www.qatarchamber.com, and will close half an hour before the meeting on May 21. After the registration, each member will receive a link to follow up and participate in the meeting.
It also noted that if a quorum is not achieved at the first meeting, the second meeting would be held on Monday, June 8. “The second meeting will be held regardless of the number of attendees,” the statement emphasised.
According to the statement, the meeting’s agenda includes the reviewing of the board of director’s report on the activities of Qatar Chamber for the year ended December 31, 2019.
The meeting’s agenda also includes a discussion on Qatar Chamber’s fiscal report for the year ending December 31, 2019 through the auditor’s report on the final accounts, and the statement of income and expenses for the same period.
Similarly, the agenda also included the approval of the estimated budget for the fiscal year 2020, and the appointment of a new auditor for the financial year 2020, the statement added.