Deputy Amir receives credentials of new envoys
April 23 2019 01:24 AM
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His Highness the Deputy Amir, Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamad al-Thani, received the credentials of six new ambassadors to Qatar. Ambassadors of Portugal, Brunei
Darussalam, Peru, Nicaragua, New Zealand and Sierra Leone  - Ricardo Eduardo Vaz Pereira Pracana, Mohamed Bahrin bin Paduka Haji Abu Bakar, Jose Arsenio Benzaquen Perea, Mohamed Mohamed Ferrara Lashtar, Matthew Hawkins and Rashid Sesay, respectively, presented their credentials to the Deputy Amir. The Deputy Amir welcomed the new ambassadors and wished them success in their missions and the relations between Qatar and their countries further progress and prosperity. The ambassadors conveyed the greetings of leaders of their countries to His Highness the Amir and His Highness the Deputy Amir. Earlier, upon arrival at the Amiri Diwan, the ambassadors were accorded an official reception ceremony.


Deputy Amir meets outgoing ambassadors
His Highness the Deputy Amir Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamad al-Thani met at his Amiri Diwan office yesterday morning with the outgoing ambassadors of Liberia and
Afghanistan, John Akel Ballout Jnr. and  Faizullah Kakar, respectively. The Deputy Amir wished the outgoing ambassadors success in their future assignments and further progress and prosperity for relations between their two countries and Qatar. The ambassadors thanked His Highness the Amir, His Highness the Deputy Amir and the state’s officials for the co-operation they received which contributed to the success of their work in the country.

Amiri Guard to carry out field exercise
The Amiri Guard announced yesterday that a field exercise in different parts of Doha and its suburbs will be carried out from April 27 to 30, and at different times.
The Amiri Guard command has advised all citizens and residents near the exercise areas to co-operate with the training officials, and respond to the instructions. - QNA



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