Qatar affirms its active role in international multilateral action Sep 27, 2020 0 5920 12345 Qatar has renewed its commitment to the principle of multilateralism and affirmed its active role in the international multilateral order. “The weakening or absence of the multilateral system would lead to policy of bullying in the international relations and the rule of the jungle law with all its attendant dangers and consequences that would affect everyone,” Secretary-General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs HE Dr Ahmed bin Hassan Al Hammadi said during the ministerial meeting of the Alliance for Multilateralism, held remotely on the sidelines of the 75th session of the UN General Assembly.Al Hammadi stressed Qatar’s support and welcome of the “Alliance for Multilateralism” initiative launched by the Foreign Ministers of France and Germany. Al Hammadi called on the member states to develop their capabilities to enhance the role of the international organisation to meet the challenges and enable it to achieve its goals. He said Qatar agrees with the initiative as it reflects the goals and objectives of the United Nations Charter and fulfils the common aspirations of the international community.He affirmed that Qatar will remain one of the distinguished actors in the international multilateral action, and has never hesitated to employ its capabilities and multilateral diplomatic legacy to support the role of the United Nations and its organs to enable them to carry out their mandate.He expressed his pride in the fact that Doha has become a capital for multilateral diplomacy and a platform for dialogue, tolerance and cooperation. RELATED ARTICLES Qatar sends more aid to Sudan Sep 27, 2020 0 4236 Qatar among region’s top emerging tourism destinations: Al Baker Sep 27, 2020 0 5991 Amir condoles with Ukrainian president Sep 27, 2020 0 5889 Qatar’s COVID-19 recoveries reach 121,738 Qatar on Saturday reported 200 coronavirus (COVID-19) cases -- 192 from community and 8 from travellers returning from abroad, the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) said in its daily report. Also, 226 people recovered .. QFCRA slaps QR728K fine on Takaful International Company The QFC Regulatory Authority has imposed a financial penalty of QR728,000 on Takaful International Company B.S.C (Takaful). Takaful was authorised as an insurer in the Qatar Financial Centre. The imposition of the .. Barwa Bank-ibq merger boosts Islamic finance, says QCB chief Tribune News Network Doha The first banking merger in Qatar between Barwa Bank and International Bank of Qatar (ibq) in 2019 gave a boost to Islamic finance in the country, Qatar Central Bank (QCB) Governor Sheikh .. Al Khater meets Afghan women leaders HE Lolwah Al Khater, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs, has expressed her happiness after she met Fatima Gailani, Habiba Sarabi, Fawzia Koofi and Sharifa Zurmati Wardak, members of the negotiating team of .. Alzheimer’s, memory services helpline receives over 800 calls CATHERINE W GICHUKI DOHA The National Alzheimer’s and Memory Services Helpline (RAHA) has received over 800 calls since its launch on June 15. The helpline, which was launched to provide support and care to the elderly in ..