Emir receives phone call from Sudanese president

February 14, 2014 - 5:03:11 am

Doha: The Emir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani has received a telephone call from Sudanese President Omar Hassan Al Bashir. Discussions during the call dealt with bilateral ties and issues of mutual interest. 

Qatari-Sudanese MoU on   Legal Cooperation approved

Khartoum: The Sudanese Council of Ministers approved a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Qatari and Sudanese Ministries of Justice. The Sudanese Minister of Justice Mohammad Bushara Dosa submitted the MoU during the meeting of the cabinet held here yesterday under the chairmanship of the president Omer Hassan Al Bashir.

The spokesman of the Sudanese Council of Ministers, Dr Omar Mohamed Saleh said in a press statement that the MoU stipulates for cooperation between the two sides in legal and legislation fields.

No stop of work at Hamad City in Gaza, says official

Gaza: Director of the Qatari Technical Committee for the Reconstruction of Gaza Ahmed Abu Ras has denied reports carried by some electronic media that construction companies working at Hamad City in the southern Gaza Strip have stopped operating.

Abu Ras said: “The work in the city is in full swing and construction companies are working to complete the project on time.”

He explained that one of the contractors had stirred a problem, which had been settled, stressing the need to hold the contractor accountable for circulating such a simple problem which did not affect the progress of work .

He pointed out that construction companies were in a meeting yesterday with the Qatari Committee, and today there are follow-ups to facilitate working with contractors , stressing that and there are no problems.

Islamic Da’wa Organisation chief lauds Qatar’s support 

Khartoum: The new Secretary General of the Islamic Da’wa Organisation Prof Abdul Rahim Ali has praised the unlimited support of the Emir of Qatar H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, his government and people for charitable and humanitarian works. 

At the conclusion of the 25th session of the organisation in Khartoum yesterday, Prof Ali said that Qatar is a key partner to us and our office in Doha is an active, effective and supportive one.

Member of Board of Trustees of Islamic Da’wa Organisation from Qatar Dr Ahmed Al Hammadi said the organisation has succeeded in achieving its charitable objectives, stressing that Qatar will continue its vital role in rendering services to Islam and Muslims.qNA