Qatar hails Norway's stance on Gulf crisis
August 18 2017 11:18 PM
Qatar's Foreign Minister HE Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani with his Norwegian counterpart B
Qatar's Foreign Minister HE Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani with his Norwegian counterpart Borge Brende in Oslo.

QNA/Oslo

Qatar's Foreign Minister HE Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani met in Oslo on Friday with his Norwegian counterpart Borge Brende.

During the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations, means of boosting and developing them as well as developments of the Gulf crisis and a number of regional and international issues of mutual interest.
HE Sheikh Mohamed thanked Brende for his country's position calling for the dialogue among all parties.
The Qatari foreign minister briefed his Norwegian counterpart on the humanitarian impact of the Gulf crisis.
He referred to the National Human Rights Committee' s record of cases, the most prominent of which are cases involving family dispersal, especially women and children, and racial discrimination against Qatari students.
The foreign minister reiterated Qatar's supportive stance of the Kuwaiti mediation, dialogue and an effective and sustainable diplomatic solution based on respect for international law and sovereignty.
He also briefed the Norwegian foreign minister on the status of Kuwaiti mediation, stressing Qatar's positive interaction with it.
The foreign minister also stressed Qatar's keenness to enhance the prospects of co-operation with the Kingdom of Norway.



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