Qatar attends session at Conference of Red Cross and Red Crescent
December 14 2019 01:06 AM
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Qatar attends session at Conference of Red Cross and Red Crescent
Qatar participated in a session of the 33rd International Conference of the Red Cross and Red Crescent on the topic “Transforming vulnerabilities: catching up with accelerating challenges,” QNA reports from Geneva Tariq Ali al-Ansari, director, Department of International Co-operation at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs headed the Qatar’s delegation to the session.
During a speech, al-Ansari pointed out to the national plans and development policy to achieve the goals of sustainable development in Qatar.
The session focused on the need for new approaches to face current and future humanitarian challenges, reduce vulnerabilities, and take advantage of new opportunities.

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