Visit to Qatar, organized by the EU-Qatar Parliamentary Friendship Group
Tomorrow starts the 2018 visit to Qatar, organized by the EU-Qatar Parliamentary Friendship Group at the invitation of Qatar’s Embassy in Brussels.

Visit to Qatar, organized by the EU-Qatar Parliamentary Friendship GroupTomorrow starts the 2018 visit to Qatar, organized by the EU-Qatar Parliamentary Friendship Group at the invitation of Qatar’s Embassy in Brussels.

Tomorrow starts the 2018 visit to Qatar, organized by the EU-Qatar Parliamentary Friendship Group at the invitation of Qatar’s Embassy in Brussels. The delegation, chaired by Mrs. Ramona Manescu, EPP MEP, will have a very rich agenda in all three days visit. The meetings will focus on political, cultural and economic relations between EU and…

Meeting with His Excellency Dr Ali bin Smaikh Al Marri
Discussions between the Chairman of the Qatar National Human Rights Committee and the EU-Qatar Parliamentary Friendship Group

Meeting with His Excellency Dr Ali bin Smaikh Al MarriDiscussions between the Chairman of the Qatar National Human Rights Committee and the EU-Qatar Parliamentary Friendship Group

Today, Ramona Manescu, in her capacity of Chairman of the EU-Qatar Parliamentary Friendship Group, met in Strasbourg with His Excellency Dr. Ali bin Smaikh Al Marri, Chairman of the Qatar National Human Rights Committee (NHRC). The meeting focused on the human rights situation in Qatar and the neighboring countries and the latest evolutions in the…

EP Policy Department Briefing: “Qatar: reconciling with Gulf neighbors?”
The paper was drafted at the request of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs.

EP Policy Department Briefing: “Qatar: reconciling with Gulf neighbors?”The paper was drafted at the request of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs.

European Parliament’s Policy Department released in January 2016 a Briefing on the last evolutions of the State of Qatar in terms of internal political situation, human rights, economy, foreign policy and the relations with EU. The briefing was released under the title: “Qatar: reconciling with Gulf neighbors?”. The paper was drafted at the request of…

Doha Forum 2016: It takes strength for someone to face today’s storms, but it takes COURAGE to stop them
23.05.2016

Doha Forum 2016: It takes strength for someone to face today’s storms, but it takes COURAGE to stop them23.05.2016

Your Excellences, Distinguished guests, Since our last meeting, in 2015, the World community succeeded in one of its greatest struggles A global agreement on tackling Climate Change. This happened in December, at the Paris COP21, and was sealed in New York, exactly one month ago, when 175 countries signed the Agreement. It is not a small achievement!…

Qatar, EU look to strengthen trade ties

Qatar, EU look to strengthen trade ties

Adel Abdulrahman al-Mannai, board member of the Qatar Chamber, February 7, received Lucy Berger, First Secretary, Trade and Economic Affairs at European External Action Service, at the QC headquarters, where they discussed ways of increasing business partnership between Qatar and the European Union. They also discussed the arrangements for an upcoming forum gathering Qatari businesspersons…

Qatar Knocks at EU Doors on Air Traffic Rights

Qatar Knocks at EU Doors on Air Traffic Rights

The Qatari Minister of Transport, Jassim Saif Ahmed Al Sulaiti, met with the European Commission on 10 May to reinvigorate talks on an aviation agreement with the European Union. His government’s aim is to revive negotiations over comprehensive air traffic rights. Discussions had been stalled for almost half a year. France and Germany apparently prefer…

EU expands cultural ties with Qatar

EU expands cultural ties with Qatar

With a view of reinforcing and expanding cultural ties between European Union Member States represented in Qatar and the State of Qatar, the embassies of : Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands, as well as the British Council and the French Institute, have decided…