Qatar's ambassador to Germany Sheikh Abdulla bin Mohamed al-Thani has said that the values of Qatari foreign policy is based on peace, stability and prosperity, which are national values that stem from the deep belief of Qatar in the importance of international co-operation and the adoption of balanced diplomacy, rationality and dialogue as tools to promote international peace in a sustainable manner.
Delivering a lecture through virtual technology at the European School of Management and Technology to a number of businessmen, economists and representatives of German companies, Sheikh Abdulla bin Mohamed al-Thani focused on the preparations of Qatar to host the World Cup, the progress it has made in this regard and the development of the legal environment governing workers' rights.
He stressed on the strength of bilateral relations between Qatar and Germany, which are based on understanding, co-operation, mutual respect and common interests. This has led to strengthening international co-operation and consolidation of peace through international forums and diplomatic mediation to resolve disputes, he added.
Qatar's ambassador to Germany referred to the congruence of shared visions regarding the nature of the challenges posed by regional and international developments, especially with regard to the war on terror, achieving reconciliation in Libya and Syria, the unity of the position towards the devastating war in Yemen and the nature of the relationship with Iran.