Diplomatic Ties

Qatar has a plan for food supplies, so you don't have to stock up!

The State of Qatar has a plan for food products and their movement in the wake of today's diplomatic fallout events! So there's no need to stock up!

Qatar to protect its people: FM

Minister of Foreign Affairs H E Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani said yesterday Qatar will do ‘whatever it takes to protect our people’, and Gulf states that have imposed a blockade on Doha of trying to undermine his nation's sovereignty.

Qatar has managed the crisis well, says NYT

Qatar has been under a siege of sorts for the past month, but the Gulf nation is, so far, feeling little pain, The New York Times reported from Doha yesterday.

Facts expose falsehood of blockading countries: Shiekha Alia

The accusations levelled by Saudi Arabia and its allies that Qatar supports terrorism are completely false, devoid of any proof and absurd, Qatar’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Ambassador Sheikha Alia Ahmed bin Saif al-Thani yesterday said.

Qatar expects to become self-sufficient in dairy products in 9 months

A Qatari businessman predicts the country will become self-sufficient in dairy products in nine months as a cattle facility is fast coming up in the desert north of Doha.

Supplier rules out increase in prices of foodstuff

Doha-headquartered Able International Group (AIG-FnB division) has said it will continue to supply foodstuff to retailers in Qatar at the same rates with no increase in prices despite the ongoing blockade and regional cargo movement restrictions.


Gulf row: Qatar is given a further 48 hours to agree to demands

Saudi Arabia and three other Arab states have extended the deadline for Qatar to accept a list of demands or face further sanctions by 48 hours.

Emir firm on maintaining standard of living in Qatar: Finance Minister

His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani has given firm instructions to do everything necessary to maintain the standard of living of the people in Qatar, immediately after the siege of the country began, HE the Minister of Finance has said.

UAE's PM pens poem, urges Qatar to 'return to GCC fold'

 

Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum says it is 'time to get united' in poem on Instagram addressed to Qatar.

Migrants 'stuck in Saudi' as Qatari bosses forced out

The workers from countries such as Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Nepal have been left without accommodation and money after their Qatari bosses were ordered out of the kingdom amid a major regional crisis.


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