The Cabinet praised the outcomes of the visit of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani to Iran on May 12 and the work visit that followed to Turkey.
It also welcomed the outcomes of the talks His Highness held with Tehran and Istanbul, which reflected the depth and strength of ties between Qatar and the two countries.
The Cabinet also welcomed the outcomes of His Highness the Amir's European tour that began on May 15 and included visits to Slovenia, Spain, Germany and the United Kingdom.
The Cabinet said they were satisfied with the success of the tour on all fronts, and the understanding shown in the meetings His Highness the Amir had with European leaders, and the commitment from all sides to enhance bilateral co-operation and strategic partnerships in all fields.
The Cabinet said that the tour, which came at an important time in light of regional and international developments, garnered a lot of attention that reflected Qatar's place on the international stage and its vital role in global peace and stability that's based on dialogue and the peaceful settlement of conflicts.
The Cabinet also praised the Amir's participation in the opening session of the World Economic Forum, which was held in Davos in Switzerland under the title "History at a Turning Point." They also praised the content of his speech which promoted a global goal of peace, security, justice, dignity, co-operation, trust, and mutual respects between countries and peoples.
It said that the Amir's participation and speech in a panel discussion on the FIFA World Cup 2022 titled "Sport as a Unifying Force" has provided perspective on the event's important cultural and humanitarian aspects, and highlighted its role in uniting peoples.
HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz al-Thani chaired the Cabinet's regular meeting at the Amiri Diwan Wednesday.
Following the meeting, HE the Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Mohamed bin Abdullah al-Sulaiti issued a statement giving the details of the proceedings.
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