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An official source at the Consular Affairs Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced that the Kyrgyzstan government has decided to exempt the citizens of the State of Qatar of advance visa and allowing them to stay for 60 days. In
Their findings highlight a dearth of information on coastal conditions that have the potential to offer vital insights into many sectors. In June, scientists at Qatar Biomedical Research Institute, in collaboration with researchers at Imperial
Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan inaugurated yesterday the new building of his country's embassy in Doha. He was accompanied by the Minister of Municipality and Urban Planning H E Sheikh Abdulrahman bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani.
Qatar held the international community the responsibility to push the Syrian regime to continue its persistent in the killing and the use of these weapons in Ghouta and described putting the Syrian chemical weapons under control and then destroy them
Qatar said that it had appointed an international law firm to conduct a comprehensive and independent assessment of the abuse claims in the construction sector. The State of Qatar is profoundly keen on reinforcing and protecting human rights in the
With the commissioning of QR37.5bn Barzan Gas Project in 2014, Qatar will produce an additional 500,000 tonnes of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) per annum, Minister of Energy and Industry H E Dr Mohammed bin Saleh Al Sada announced during his keynote
A two-day Korean Flower Art Show opened yesterday at Grand Hyatt Hotel held in the run-up to the celebration of 40th year of diplomatic relations between Qatar and Korea. Next year is the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the Republic
Qatar is called on to use the 2022 World Cup as an opportunity to improve its human rights record, a U.N. special envoy said Wednesday from Doha. The United Nations says Qatar has the highest ratio of migrants to citizens in the world.
The opening ceremony was attended by Their Excellencies Dr. Mohammed Bin Saleh Al-Sada the Minister of Energy and Industry; Mr. Mohamed Al-Hammadi, the Minister of Education and Higher Education; and Mr. Jassim Al-Sulaiti, the Minister of Transport.
The State of Qatar has confirmed that Israel still continues its repressive practices and discriminatory policies, which seriously harm the various Palestinian social and economic sectors and natural and environment resources. Qatar stressed that