DSHS continues to help restoration efforts following Hurricane Harvey. Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani will communicate on the French Institute of Worldwide Relations on ‘The Gulf Disaster: the View from Doha’, at 12:30pm (Doha time). Residents will welcome the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani again to Qatar on Sunday night with an occasion planned to specific solidarity on the Doha’s Corniche. The e-newsletter shares how NIMH Outreach Partners are distributing and using NIMH data and research throughout their states and communities, and related efforts carried out at a nationwide degree by the greater than eighty National Associate organizations that take part in the Program.
“Qatargas stated it will provide the LNG from Qatargas 2 to either the Egegaz LNG Terminal, the Marmara LNG Terminal or the Etki LNG terminal in Turkey. State-run Qatargas, the world’s largest producer of liquefied natural gasoline (LNG), stated on Wednesday it had signed a medium-time period gross sales and purchase agreement with Turkey’s Botas to ship 1.5m tonnes of LNG annually for three years.
Qatar’s National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) proposed the establishment of a compensation committee, throughout the framework of the UN General Meeting, for victims of the unilateral actions taken towards Qatar. “During this blockade, we now have never missed a single cargo of oil or fuel to any of our consuming companions,” he mentioned at an event within the capital Doha.
The same meeting passed off at the UN between Sheikh Tamim and UN’s human rights chief, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein. The assembly, which was titled, “From cyberattack to unlawful measures: the blockade in opposition to the State of Qatar”, coincided with a major diplomatic disaster in the Gulf, highlighting the affect of the dispute and its multifaceted repercussions on the countries involved.
The Qatar each day newspaper Al Raya on Saturday highlighted the political significance of the emir’s current tour to France, Turkey, and Germany, saying talks handled key regional and worldwide developments. “We have come below criticism and attack over time, but we have all the time confronted our critics,” Hassan al-Thawadi, secretary general of the Qatar World Cup supreme committee, instructed The Related Press information company.