Sudan’s minister praises Qatar’s role in establishing global peace
February 26 2017 11:48 PM


Sudan’s Minister of Tourism, Antiquities and Wildlife Dr Mohamed Abu Zaid Mustafa praised Qatar’s “invaluable role” in global peace aimed at ending conflicts, advocating non-violence and resolving conflicts through peaceful means.
He said this policy was highly appreciated and respected globally and placed Qatar among leading countries in establishing international peace and security through diplomatic and political means.
Talking to Qatar News Agency (QNA), the Sudanese Minister said that Doha is a beacon of peace as it has hosted numerous events and regional and international conferences to consolidate peace and has made a pioneering contribution in the Arab reunion and Islamic unity by finding a coherent system that seeks to overcome challenges and obstacles arising from crises, conflicts and disputes.
With regard to the Qatari-Sudanese relations, the Sudanese minister stressed the depth of relations between the two countries, saying that Doha stood with Khartoum in difficult circumstances, and that the Qatari leadership was the first government in the world to break the blockade imposed on Sudan and dealt with it despite the inherent difficulties and risks.
This step, he said, led later to achieving a breakthrough and was followed by the lifting of US sanctions on Sudan. The Sudanese minister pointed out that his ministry took advantage of the outcomes of Doha peace agreement by promoting tourism in Sudan globally, especially in the field of antiquities, as  Qatar has implemented a larger project for the restoration of antiquities in Sudan.
The Sudanese minister said that Doha peace agreement laid down the new criteria of tourism in Darfur through dialogue with neighbouring countries and the revival of the culture of peace.

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