PM sends message to his French counterpart
December 12 2015 01:22 AM

HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani has sent a written message to the Prime Minister of France, Manuel Valls, dealing with bilateral relations between the two countries and ways of enhancing them.
The message was delivered by Qatar’s ambassador to France, Sheikh Mishaal bin Hamad al-Thani, during a meeting with diplomatic adviser to the French prime minister, Stephane Romatet.

Attorney General meets Tunisian leaders

Qatari Attorney General Dr Ali bin Fetais al-Marri, who is also the UN Special Advocate for Stolen Asset Recovery, has met with former president of the Republic of Tunisia Dr Moncef Marzouki, on the sidelines of the Fourth Arab Forum to Recover Looted Funds , currently in session in Tunis.
Al-Marri also met with the head of Tunisia’s Ennahda Movement Sheikh Rashid Ghannouchi.
He briefed Marzouki and Ghannouchi on the agenda of the Fourth Arab Forum and the ongoing work for the recovery of the Tunisian looted funds.

Qatar and Cyprus sign open skies pact

Qatar’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and the Cyprus Government have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in the field of air transportation.
The MoU was signed for the Qatari side by CAA chairman Abdullah bin Nasser Turki al-Subaie, and for the Cypriot side was signed by Alecos Michaelides, secretary, ministry of transport, communications and works. The MoU provides unconditional open skies between the two countries taking advantage of the Fifth freedom so that national airliner companies in both countries can fly between the main cities through any medium state and beyond the two countries.
This is the first full rights agreement signed by Cyprus with Qatar compared with the countries of the region, as this agreement will reinforce the position of Qatar in its negotiations with some EU countries.
After the signing of the MoU, the General Authority of Civil Aviation has achieved a record number in the number of agreements and memorandums of understanding in the field of air transportation reaching a total number of 155 agreements in a very short period.
With the beginning of next year the CAA will draw up a plan to update all existing agreements to facilitate the national carrier requirements as well as making new agreements with several countries in the world that may be used by Qatar Airways for its future plans.

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