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DOHA: (Agencies: 14/1/2011): The 7th Forum for the Future Ministerial Meeting between the G8 and Broader Middle East and North Africa (BMENA) countries failed to come up with a joint declaration with Canada being held responsible for the failure.
H.E. the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Mr. Ahmed bin Abdullah Al Mahmoud in his address at the closing session of the Forum remarked bitterly that although the meetings of the past two days were fruitful, a joint declaration failed to materialise.Read More
Talks during the audience covered issues related to Human Rights in the two countries were taken up. Ways and means of further consolidating cooperation related to promoting Human Rights awareness and culture were also discussed.Read More
Doha: (Agencies: 11/1/2011): Speakers gave a call for closer co-operation between governments and civil society organisations at different levels as the 7th Forum for Future of G8 and countries of the Broader Middle East and North Africa (BMena) got underway at Ritz Carlton Doha yesterday.
Calling upon the representatives of government and civil societies to intensify their dialogues for strengthening relations, speakers said the key to the success of the forum depended on how closely the two sections were working together to achieve better results for the overall development of the region.
The meeting was attended by Mr. Mohammad Bin Abdallah al-Rami, the Chairman of the Sultanate’s Human Rights Committee, its deputy Mr. Salim al-Maamary who also chairs the International Affairs Department at the Sultanate’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Dr. Rashid al-Safi al-Hiraibi, the Sultanate’s Secretary General of Human Rights.Read More
Doha, December 11 (QNA) – The State of Qatar has joined the world countries in celebrating the international Human Rights Day which falls on December 10 every year. HE the Chairman of Qatar National Human Rights Committee Dr. Ali Bin Smaikh Al-Marri has underlined that the International Human Rights Declaration is viewed as a bulwark against oppression and discrimination, and a basis for the protection of human dignity worldwide.Read More