QATARI NEWSPAPERS HIGHLIGHT AFRICAN LEADERS’ VISITS TO DOHA -1-

Al-Watan newspaper for its part said in its editorial Thursday that the State of Qatar’s approach under the wise leadership of HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani in its continuous openness to cooperation and partnership with various countries and regional and international groups, has always been praised in all international forums.

The newspaper hailed the supreme efforts exerted by the wise leadership in promoting cooperation and partnership with various countries and regional and international groups, in order to promote and protect the principles of international peace and security.

Al-Watan pointed out that the political and diplomatic circles hailed the importance of the official talks held by HH the Emir on Wednesday with HE President Roch Marc Christian Kabore of the Republic of Burkina Faso, in which they discussed bilateral relations and ways to support and develop them in various fields, especially cooperation in the fight against terrorism and extremism.

Moreover, the paper said that the State of Qatar continued, under the guidance and efforts of HH the Emir, to carry out the most important roles at the regional and international levels.

In conclusion, Al-Watan newspaper said that the world has always expressed admiration for the State of Qatar’s approach in its foreign policy which based on transparency and openness to the most important initiatives aimed at promoting international peace and security in a clear and transparent framework of mutual respect between countries and constant desire to invest the foundations of good diplomatic work and the prestigious foreign policy approach to serve the common interests of the State of Qatar and the various countries of the world.

Source: Qatar News Agency

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