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British parliamentary team calls for lifting of siege

British parliamentary team calls for lifting of siege

A British Parliamentary Inquiry Committee, charged by the British Parliament to investigate the violations of the siege imposed on Qatar, has called for an immediate lifting of the siege, as being illegal and violating all international and humanitarian conventions and laws.

Siege countries failed to prove allegations: envoy

Siege countries failed to prove allegations: envoy

Qatar's ambassador to Belgium and head of its missions to the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) Abdulrahman bin Mohammed al-Khulaifi said that the blockading countries have taken the charge of supporting terrorism as a pretext for imposing siege on the State of Qatar

Siege fails to affect private sector, says Qatar Chamber vice chairman

Siege fails to affect private sector, says Qatar Chamber vice chairman

The Qatari private sector has demonstrated its ability to face the siege imposed by three Gulf states on the state of Qatar since June 5, according to Qatar Chamber vice chairman Mohamed bin Towar al-Kuwari.

World community back Qatar in handling blockade: experts

World community back Qatar in handling blockade: experts

As more than 100 days have passed since it has been put under blockade by some Gulf-Arab countries, Qatar has won the support of the world community and achieved high moral ground by effectively handling the crisis, participants at a panel discussion highlighted yesterday.

Siege countries want to put Qatar under guardianship: FM

Siege countries want to put Qatar under guardianship: FM

HE the Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani has described the partnership between Qatar and the United States as "very strong".

Compensation Claims Committee starts referring complaints

Compensation Claims Committee starts referring complaints

The Compensation Claims Committee has started the process of referring as many as 6,297 complaints, received from both individuals and companies, to a number of local and international law firms to study each case and start filing the cases at the courts concerned.

Qatar, Germany in distinct, frank talks on siege

Qatar, Germany in distinct, frank talks on siege

Qatar is ready to engage in dialogue to resolve the Gulf crisis, His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani said in Berlin on Friday, where he was on a working visit.

No to dialogue but yes to hate speech

No to dialogue but yes to hate speech

It will be interesting to look back at the turn of events during the last few days and see how utterly trivial arguments were employed to wreck a sincere and serious initiative to solve a serious crisis that has been threatening the Gulf region's stability.

100 days of Gulf crisis, Qatar emerges stronger

100 days of Gulf crisis, Qatar emerges stronger

As the blockade of Qatar nears 100 days, the country continues to overcome the challenges and further strengthen its economy, while also winning praise from around the world for the way it has handled the crisis.

 Talk to Qatar, Russia FM tells Saudi bloc

Talk to Qatar, Russia FM tells Saudi bloc

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has urged the Saudi-led bloc to negotiate with Qatar to end a months-long dispute that has seen a few Gulf countries sever ties with Doha.

‘Siege reveals stronger, economically independent Qatar’

‘Siege reveals stronger, economically independent Qatar’

The repercussions of the economic blockade, three months after it was imposed by Saudi Arabia and its allies, have declined revealing a stronger and economically independent Qatar, SAK Holding Group said in its latest report.

We can endure present situation for long time: envoy

We can endure present situation for long time: envoy

Qatar's ambassador to Greece, Abdulaziz Ali al-Naama, has stressed that Qatar is able to endure the situation caused by the siege for a long time.