Qatari tourists to Turkey doubled in 2018 Apr 10, 2019 0 633 12345 The number of Qatari visitors to Turkey nearly doubled to 96,327 in 2018, up from 48,764 in 2017, according to latest data released by the Turkish Consulate General Cultural and Tourism Office. The number of Qatari nationals visiting Turkey was 11,748 in the first two months of 2019. However, this is a fraction of the total number of visitors from Qatar, when expatriate residents are included. Turkey is one of the largest outbound tourism markets for people living in the Gulf countries. (TNN) RELATED ARTICLES Istanbul Airport, set to be world’s biggest, officially opens Apr 10, 2019 0 3854 120 new factories established after blockade: Minister Apr 10, 2019 0 1161 Now, you can check eligibility for permanent residency via MoI link Apr 10, 2019 0 3382 Qatar sees massive decline in crime rate Tribune News Network Doha Qatar recorded a significant decline in the crime rate in 2018, thanks to the efforts of the Ministry of Interior (MoI). The MoI succeeded in reducing the rate of major crimes per 100,000 persons .. FM slams duplicity of some states on Libya Tribune News Network Doha Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs HE Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al Thani has condemned the countries and forces that are supporting the Haftar-led group in Libya in .. Sheikha Moza meets Ethiopian House Speaker Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, Chairperson of Qatar Foundation, met with the Speaker of the Ethiopian House of Federation, HE Keria Ibrahim Ali, who is visiting Doha to take part in the 140th Inter-Parliamentary .. MME bans entry to Fuwairit beach THE two-kilometre stretch of Fuwairit Beach will be an exclusive zone for turtles for the next four months. In an effort to protect the environment and increase turtle population in Qatar, the Ministry of Municipality .. CMC calls for ban on inappropriate ads THE Central Municipal Council at its fortnightly meeting on Tuesday called for tightening control over commercial advertisements and banning those with inappropriate content. The issue was raised by two CMC members, ..