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Posted On: 28 March 2019 04:04 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:20 pm

National Museum of Qatar welcomes 'all' amid Gulf dispute -- GCC Crisis Updates Week 95

Khadiza Begum
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Here’s what’s happened since last week’s updates: UAE nuclear plant poses a serious threat to Gulf stability, environment: Qatar -- GCC Crisis Updates Week 94

March 27, 2019

Qatar Participates in Arab League Meeting

Tunisia hosted today an Arab League meeting at the level of permanent representatives, chaired by Tunisia's Arab League representative Najeb Al Muneef. The State of Qatar's delegation was chaired by HE Permanent Representative to the Arab League Ambassador Ibrahim bin Abdulaziz Al Sahlawi.

The meeting will discuss 21 items on its agenda. They include the political developments of the Palestinian issue, the Arab-Israeli conflict, the activation of the Arab peace initiative, the Israeli occupation's violations in the occupied city of Al Quds, the follow-up of settlement developments, the wall and the refugees, the support of the Palestinian state budget and the steadfastness of the Palestinian people, in addition to the situation in Libya and Yemen. The meeting will also discuss supporting peace and development in The Republic of Sudan, in addition to supporting the Federal Republic of Somalia, and the Union of the Comoros.

March 27, 2019

National Museum of Qatar welcomes 'all' amid Gulf dispute

National museum of Qatar which was opened on March 27 welcomes “all the people”, an official said amid a political crisis that has isolated Qatar from its neighbouring former allies, reported The Daily Mail.

Qatar's Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani said Wednesday that Qatar had become "stronger" since the start of a Gulf diplomatic crisis almost two years ago, as he formally opened the country's national museum.

The H.H Amir made the comment during a speech at a glittering ceremony in Doha to open the estimated $434 million building, with guests including Kuwaiti and British royals, film star Johnny Depp, former French president Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni, Jose Mourinho and Victoria Beckham.

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