Category: Interviews

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Apr2022
Doha, 06 April 2022 Report by Ashraf Siddiqui President of Cuba Football Association, Prof. Oliet Mendez has praised Qatar’s passion, role and efforts in developing sport environment, hosting of mega international and regional sports tournaments, and promoting sports environment in number of under privileged societies around the globe. Talking to the writer ... Read More
April 6, 2022M Ashraf Siddiqui
H. E. Nesmy Manigat

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Apr2022
Doha, 04 April 2022 By Ashraf Siddiqui Minister of National Education and Vocational Training of the Republic of Haiti, Nesmy Manigat has expressed his gratitude to Qatar’s leadership, particularly the Education Above All of Qatar Foundation, for its valuable support of a six-year primary education for nearly 32,000 Haitian primary school students. In ... Read More
April 4, 2022M Ashraf Siddiqui

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Jul2021
Doha, 07 July 2021 (QT) By Ashraf Siddiqui Qatar-based prominent expatriate business forums have indicated positive signs for Qatar emerging as a hub for foreign investments in the region. This view is supported by the results achieved through economic diversification policy, timely achievements of goals set in Qatar National Vision 2030 and ... Read More
July 9, 2021M Ashraf Siddiqui

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Jul2021
Doha, 08 July 2021 (QT) By Ashraf Siddiqui A remarkable decline in coronavirus cases and strict health measures in place in both Qatar and Turkey have led to a major outflow of tourists to Turkey. The KVC and Consular sections in the Turkish embassy in Qatar are working seven days a week issuing ... Read More
July 9, 2021M Ashraf Siddiqui
Dr. Antonio Alves De Carvalho

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Apr2021
Doha, 04 April 2021 (Qatar Tribune) By Ashraf Siddiqi Qatar is a responsible state led by its visionary leadership playing a significant role in the areas of knowledge, science, research, education, youth development and sports, said Ambassador of Portugal to Qatar HE Dr Antonio Alves De Carvalho. The envoy said Portugal, as member of ... Read More
April 3, 2021M Ashraf Siddiqui