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Shura Council reviewed Qatar's role in mediation

Latest News Doha 22 Feb 24
Shura Council reviewed Qatar's role in mediation
Shura Council highlights Qatar's role in mediation, advocating humanitarian issues at conference in Rabat.
Event Location
Qatar, Qatar
Start Time
22 February 2024, 12:00 AM
End Time
31 March 2024, 12:00 AM

The Shura Council reviewed Qatar's active role in mediating conflicts, advocating for humanitarian causes, and providing aid to people in need during a session at the Parliamentary Conference on South-South Cooperation, held in Rabat, Morocco.

HE Dr Sultan bin Hassan Al Dosari, a member of the Shura Council, participated in the session titled "Enhancing Political Dialogue and Regional Security in Africa, the Arab World, and Latin America for Achieving Peace, Stability, and Prosperity." Al Dosari emphasized that under the leadership of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Qatar exerts tremendous efforts to resolve conflicts and support humanitarian causes worldwide through its mediation with allies, international organizations, and humanitarian agencies, highlighting successful Qatari mediation efforts in resolving conflicts.

Also, Al Dosari shed light on Qatar's developmental assistance to affected populations, aiming to promote peace, stability, and sustainable development.He referred to the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which includes 17 development goals, stressing that these goals cannot be achieved without cooperation and solidarity between countries, especially those in the South, which are in dire need of effective development.

In conclusion, Al Dosari called on the conference to include in its final statement a commitment to promoting dialogue, peace, and neutral mediation, and to rejecting conflicts and violence.

In another session of the conference, the Shura Council reviewed the experience of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) as a model for economic integration during a session HE Khalid bin Ahmed Al Obaidan, a member of the Shura Council, attended the session titled "Achieving Economic Transformation, Regional Integration, and Common Development: The Importance of Policies Linked to Enhancing Strategic Partnerships, Encouraging Investment, Technology, Infrastructure, and Enhancing Competitiveness." Al Obaidan highlighted the GCC's successful economic integration and political coordination as exemplary models in the Arab world and the region.

He emphasized Qatar's belief in the necessity of working towards economic integration and unity to create favourable conditions for economic prosperity and sustainable development through removing trade barriers, opening avenues for capital and investment, facilitating the transfer of production means, and encouraging various forms of economic integration for the benefit of all.He referred to successful models and experiences of economic integration and unity, most notably the experience of the European Union, calling for studying these experiences, benefiting from their successes, and avoiding their failures.

The Shura Council is participating in the conferencewith a delegation led by Deputy Speaker of the Shura Council HE DrHamda bint Hassan Al Sulaiti.

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