HE the Speaker of the Advisory Council Ahmed bin Abdullah bin Zaid al-Mahmoud said the speech by His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani during the opening of the 46th ordinary session of the Advisory Council is a roadmap for the executive body and the council, to achieve the desired goals outlined by the Emir.
Speaking to the press after unanimously being elected speaker of the Advisory Council, HE al-Mahmoud said the council, through combining the efforts of its members, will be up to the challenges, especially in the current phase facing Qatar.
Al-Mahmoud added that, as outlined by the Emir, this stage requires greater contribution and efforts to achieve the desires and goals of the State of Qatar, which include its prosperity and development under the leadership of His Highness the Emir.
Regarding the future plan of the council, HE al-Mahmoud said the council is currently meeting, exploring and exchanging ideas in order to establish a clear work plan for the upcoming phase to achieve the goals.
The Advisory Council speaker added that the plans are clear, noting that there are new and old members evaluating the situation and there will be a number of committees at the council.
He added that the members will review the issues in the committees to which they belong and exchange ideas.
Meanwhile, the Advisory Council’s Deputy Speaker Mohamed bin Abdullah al-Sulaiti reaffirmed the importance of the Emir’s speech and the visions that it included for the next phase.
Speaking to the media after the opening ceremony, al-Sulaiti said that the speech of the Emir tackled as usual many aspects that reflect the Qatari policy, pointing out that the speech was reassuring to the citizens in terms of the state’s ability to achieve development and manage and adapt to the fabricated crisis.
Al-Sulaiti noted that the speech is roadmap for the government and other sectors of the society, highlighting in figures, the rates of economic growth and future aspirations, which are indicators of the stability of the development and economic path in the country.
The deputy speaker of the Advisory Council hailed Qatar’s position in calling for dialogue to resolve the Gulf crisis since it started despite the slander and false claims made by the siege countries against it and even though these countries are yet to prove their false claims.
He said that Qatar’s commitment to dialogue as an approach to settle crises won it the respect of the world, praising the stance of the coherence of citizens and residents together in the face of the unjust siege and the emotional bond between them as they face the siege and tackle its challenges together.
For her part, Advisory Council member Dr Aisha al-Mannai said that the speech of the Emir was adequate in explaining the circumstances of the unjust siege that Qatar is currently undergoing and the systematic measures taken by the state to overcome its effects and repercussions.
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