WTO gives Saudi 60 days to implement ruling Jun 17, 2020 0 1025 12345 Maryam Maged AbouzaidDohaThe World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling in favour of Qatar on Tuesday has proved that Saudi Arabia has breached its obligations and allowed piracy operations from its territories, according to a legal expert.Commenting on the WTO decision, Dr Mohammed Abdulaziz Al Khelaifi, Head of the legal team and Qatar’s representative at the International Court of Justice, said: “WTO decision that Saudi Arabia has violated TRIPS Agreement by illegally pirating beIN Sports has proven the wrongdoings by Saudi Arabia.”“The WTO decision has proven that Saudi Arabia has breached its obligations,” said Al Khelaifi.He said the WTO has given Saudi Arabia 60 days to implement the decision.“If the decision is not implemented by Saudi Arabia in 60 days or an appeal is requested, Qatar will take all the needed legal action to protect its rights,” Al Khelaifi added.“The decision by WTO has shown the wrongdoings of Saudi Arabia, where they failed to take legal action against the piracy done by beoutQ and contributed to the spread of such illegal acts,” Al Khelaifi noted. RELATED ARTICLES Qatar wins historic WTO ruling against Saudi beoutQ piracy Jun 17, 2020 0 5553 Qatar 2022 will unite the world once COVID-19 is defeated, says Thawadi Jun 17, 2020 0 6525 Qatar achieves sixth rank globally in 2020 economic performances Jun 17, 2020 0 1740 Amir condoles with Amir of Kuwait QNA Doha His Highness the Amir of State of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani on Tuesday sent a cable of condolences to HH Amir of the State of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah on the death of Sheikha Haya .. UEFA welcomes WTO decision The European Football Association (UEFA) has welcomed the decision of the World Trade Organization, which has condemned Saudi Arabia and the “beoutQ” channel for piracy. “UEFA welcomes the World Trade Organization .. FIFA acknowledges ruling FIFA has acknowledged the final panel report published by the World Trade Organization (WTO) in relation to the activity of the pirate broadcaster known as ‘beoutQ’ and the active involvement and support that has been .. COVID-19: Dexamethasone proves 1st life-saving drug AFP Paris Dexamethasone, a cheap and widely used steroid, has been found to dramatically reduce the risk of dying from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, in what scientists in the United Kingdom have .. Amir greets Morocco king on successful surgery His Highness The Amir of State of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani on Tuesday held a telephone conversation with HM King Mohammed VI of the Kingdom of Morocco. During the phone call, HH The Amir congratulated the .. Albania exempts Qataris from entry visa until November 30 Albania has decided to exempt citizens of Qatar from entry visa to the country during the period from June 10 to November 30, 2020. This was revealed by an official source in the Consular Affairs Department at the Ministry ..