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Siege Nations’ Illegal Blockade Fails As Countries Look To Restore Ties With Qatar – Doha Resident

The pressure tactics of siege nations has failed to deliver results as some of the countries that tried to stay away from Qatar look to restore ties. Doha resident Sana Zarrar told Qatar Urdu Radio, “These countries initially distanced themselves under external pressures but they could not maintain this stance …

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NHRC Chief Briefs About Siege To UN Rights Head

The chairman of Qatar National Human Rights Committee (NHRC), Dr Ali bin Samikh al-Marri held a discussion with the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHRC) Prince Zeid bin Raad al-Hussein in Geneva. During the meeting, UN chief was briefed about the latest humanitarian situation caused by the illegal …

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Advisory Council Backs Emir’s Policies Towards Siege

The Advisory Council held its regular weekly meeting under the chairmanship of its speaker speaker HE Ahmed bin Abdullah bin Zaid Al Mahmoud. The meeting was attended by the HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani in response to the invitation of HE Speaker …

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Qatari FM Dismisses Dialogue With Siege Nations If It Comes At The Expense Of Qatar’s Sovereignty

HE Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani reiterated that any dialogue with the siege countries will not be entertained at the expense of the sovereignty of the State of Qatar. Speaking on Monday as he laid out the foreign policy of the State of Qatar before …

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Canadian Team To Visit Qatar To Study Impact Of Siege

A high-ranking Canadian delegation will be arriving in Qatar on February 23 in a bid to witness the impact of siege on the citizens and residents of the country as well as other citizens of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). The team will be analysing the situation until February 28. The visit …

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Hamad Port Witnesses Its Highest Ever Traffic In January

Hamad Port continues to grow big as it starts off the new year in great style. The port received a total of 182 vessels in January, which was the highest number of vessels handled in a month since the start of operations at Hamad Port, which is the largest port …

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British MPs Applaud Qatar’s Effort To Secure Workers’ Rights

The delegation from British Parliament praised Qatar’s efforts in protecting and enhancing workers’ rights and its keenness to issue laws to ensure workers’ welfare and wage protection. The remarks were made during a meeting between the National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) Chairman HE Dr Ali bin Smaikh al-Marri and the …

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NHRC Urges EU To Come Out Of Neutrality In Gulf Crisis

Chairman of the National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) HE Dr Ali bin Smaikh al-Marri has asked the European Union (EU) nations to stop being neutral in the Gulf crisis and join international human rights organisations calling for an immediate end to the siege imposed on Qatar. He said that neutrality was …

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US Hails Qatar’s Strength During Illegal Blockade

The US has appreciated Qatar’s stand amid Gulf crisis as Saudi-led bloc continue their sanctions on Qatar. Meanwhile, US is expected to involve itself directly to resolve the dispute. “Qatar has done an amazing job in terms of weathering the storm, and the US is very impressed by the Qatar …

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NHRC Hits Back At Blockading States For Denouncing UN Report

The National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) has slammed siege nations for their misleading statements on the report of the technical mission of the UN Office of High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR). In its statement, NHRC said that the siege nations must address the violations and end the suffering of …

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