MME launches festival for Qatari farm products Nov 20, 2020 0 3272 12345 The Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) on Thursday launched a new festival for products from Qatari farms.Director of the Food Security Department at the MME Masoud Jarallah Al Marri said that 150 farms are participating in this year’s event. He added that the festival, which takes place at the start of the agricultural season each year, aims to support national products, as part of the ministry’s strategy of promoting high-quality national products. He highlighted that the ministry implemented a number of projects to encourage the farmers to improve the quality of their products. He also said that Qatar has signed many free-trade agreements and that its markets are open to products worldwide. The total production of Qatari agricultural reached 92,000 tonnes, he said, adding that the ministry aims to locally produce 70 percent of the market need by 2023. (QNA) Pages 123 RELATED ARTICLES Qatar Airways to launch 3 weekly flights to Nigeria’s capital Abuja from November 27 Nov 20, 2020 0 1961 QF schools educate students about how to combat bullying Nov 20, 2020 0 776 QU, Aryan Properties sign agreement to collaborate on research, consultancy & transfer of knowledge Nov 20, 2020 0 3194 MoPH sees 208 new cases of coronavirus, 218 recoveries The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) on Thursday announced 208 new confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) within 24 hours. According to the ministry, 159 of the cases were from the community while 49 were from .. (Briefs...) Deputy Amir sends condolences to Somalia president Deputy Amir sends condolences to Somalia president The Deputy Amir His Highness Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamad Al Thani sent on Thursday a cable of condolences to President of Somalia Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo on the death .. QNA to take part in global press photo exhibition on coronavirus Seoul: Qatar News Agency (QNA), alongside 46 news agencies from all over the world, will participate in an exhibition of press photos illustrating life under the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, in South Korea’s ..