Qatar’s Ambassador to Spain, Mohammed bin Jaham Al Kuwari believes that the siege will not impact Qatar to develop relations with the world.
He said in an interview that the siege violated the international law and human rights, and said that the stand of UN was right. He explained that the real agenda of the siege was to change Qatar’s internal and foreign policy.
“They want to control us. They do not want Qatar to be an open and tolerant country,” he added.
He informed that there are people from more than 59 countries living together in Qatar. He also said that Qatar has 11 international universities and also Christian churches.
Al Kuwari expressed his hope for the development of relations with the Spanish region of Extremadura, which can provide much to Qatar, especially in the field of agriculture and education.
He spoke about the interests of Qatar in investing in Spain and asked the Head of the Government of Extremadura to visit Qatar. The envoy thinks that the food sector can be developed in view of the region’s modern agricultural sector and extensive experience in this field, stressing keenness to cooperate with the Kingdom of Spain in a number of sectors, such as tourism in which Qatar is currently investing heavily.
He revealed that Extremadura will hold a meeting which includes 22 ambassadors from Arab countries with diplomatic missions in Spain on October 9, to discuss development and investments, stressing that the Spanish economy is showing good growth and that it is a very important country in Europe.