Qatar does not intend to escalate the crisis with United Arab Emirates, but it is important for the country to resort to legal means to redress the harm inflicted on its citizens because of the procedures taken by the UAE
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Monday issued an order granting Qatar's request for provisional measures against the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in a case relating to the UAE's unlawful and discriminatory treatment of Qatari citizens.
HE the Minister of Culture and Sports Salah bin Ghanem bin Nasser al-Ali has underlined the success of the Qatari media in defending its just case in the face of the lies of the siege countries' media outlets.
Qatar has called on the Human Rights Council and the international community to exert pressure on the siege countries to end the coercive measures imposed on the State of Qatar and its citizens a year ago
The United Arab Emirates has spread a "climate of fear" among Qataris living there, splitting families and causing "substantial pain" during a year-long blockade, the UN's top court heard on Friday.
Individuals, companies and entities that have sustained damages due to the unjust blockade imposed on Qatar have several legal options to claim their rights, according to leading Qatari lawyers.
Qatar has managed to produce locally a considerable portion of its food requirements as the unjust blockade imposed on the country by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt completes one year, a panel of experts stated.
Qatar Petroleum will push ahead with its production expansion and foreign asset acquisition strategy to be on par with oil majors, despite a regional political and economic embargo on Doha, its chief executive said.
The prevailing crisis between Qatar and the four blockading countries should be resolved within the region based on the respect to sovereignty of countries and the principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries, Chinese ambassador Li Chen suggested
President of the National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) Dr Ali bin Smaikh al-Marri has called on the European Parliament to adopt urgent and effective mechanisms and procedures to end the suffering of those affected by the blockade imposed on Qatar.