There will be no winner in Gulf crisis: Khater Jun 03, 2020 0 3792 12345 QNADohaAssistant Foreign Minister and Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs HE Lolwah Al Khater has said that there will be no winner in the ongoing Gulf crisis.“It is a lose-lose situation,” Khater said while participating in a virtual panel discussion titled ‘A Gulf Apart? The Geopolitics of European-Gulf Relations’ hosted by the European Council on Foreign Relations.She said Qatar is able to sustain economically, but the lack of communication and cooperation will have a negative impact on other issues.Khater underscored Qatar’s global efforts to repatriate stranded citizens and ship medical and humanitarian aid during the COVID-19 pandemic despite the illegal airspace blockade. She said Qatar has provided urgent medical shipments to 21 countries.“Qatar has transported over 1.8 million passengers safely to their homes by Qatar Airways during the COVID-19 pandemic despite the illegal airspace blockade,” Khater said.Khater was joined by Alistair Burt, Former Minister of State for the Middle East at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and a number of ECFR members. RELATED ARTICLES QSC manufactures 100 face shields to curb coronavirus spread Jun 03, 2020 0 7050 Ashghal partially opens new bridge at Bu Hamour Jun 03, 2020 0 5921 Amir congratulates Italian president Jun 03, 2020 0 5724 Qatar will continue to support Palestinian people: Deputy PM QNA Doha Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs HE Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani has affirmed that Qatar will continue to support the brotherly Palestinian people. He said Qatar has .. Unjust blockade deepens human suffering: NHRC QNA Doha The National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) has underscored that the continuation of the unjust blockade of Qatar and the accompanying arbitrary measures for the third year in a row deepen the immense .. 2,599 more recover from virus Qatar on Tuesday recorded 1,826 new COVID-19 cases and 2,599 new recoveries from the virus. With the new recoveries, the total number of recovered people in Qatar reached 36,036. Sadly, three more people succumbed to the .. Temperature to go up in next two days: QMD Qatar Meteorology Department (QMD) has forecast that temperature will go up in the coming days. “Temperatures will continue to rise during the next two days as a result of winds, mostly southerly. The maximum is expected .. No entry to hypermarkets without green colour on Ehteraz app Several hypermarkets in Qatar have started asking shoppers to show the health-code colour on the Ehteraz app for entry. Only those with the green colour on the COVID-19 contact-tracing app will be allowed to enter. The Al ..