Two unique artworks that espouse Qatari nationalism and pride have made their Qatar debut on Thursday at ‘Geekdom’ – the country’s largest pop-culture event, which will run until December 4 at Buildings 18 and 19 inside Katara – The Cultural Village.
The festival, held at the Katara beach until Saturday, has the participation of Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Iraq, Turkey, India, Greece, and Zanzibar in this “one-of-a-kind edition.”
The Spanish city of Malaga witnessed last Thursday various popular activities in solidarity with Qatar. There was a peaceful march at Marqués de Larios Street, the most important commercial street in the city, in addition to a campaign to collect signatures of solidarity at 'Tamim Al Majd' mural.
On buildings, on cars, on ATM displays, T-shirts and mugs - the face of His Highness the Emir is everywhere.
Hundreds of students from various schools, colleges and universities in Qatar took part in a human formation of His Highness the Emir’s famous portrait, widely recognised as ‘Tamim Al Majd’, at the Aspire Dome on Thursday.
Maithripala Sirisena will hold talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday, and will later be guest of honour at a banquet.