Acting Charge d’affaires at Qatar’s embassy in Paraguay, Abdulrahman Ahmed al-Suwaidi, participated in a ceremony to name the Marangatu school after Qatar.
The school’s name was changed on the occasion of the state visit paid by His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani to Paraguay last month, during which students of the school participated in a ceremony to welcome the Amir.
In a speech during the ceremony yesterday, the principal of the school expressed gratitude to Qatar to agree on naming their school after the State of Qatar, and said that the flag of Qatar will remain high in the school next to the flag of Paraguay. She pledged to exert every effort to make the school an example for others.
Mayor of Villa Elisa City handed over to the Qatari Acting Charge d’affaires the decision of the Municipal Board to name the Marangatu school after Qatar.
For his part, the Acting Charge d’affaires at Qatar’s embassy in Paraguay thanked the municipal board and the school administration for the decision to name the school after Qatar.
The ceremony was attended by officials and the Qatari embassy staff.
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