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Qatar’s Ambassador to Germany Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said Qatar sees dialogue as the only tool to resolve conflicts and disputes.

In an interview published by Diplomatisches Magazin, a diplomatic magazine in Germany, the ambassador said dialogue is the guideline on which Qatar has always relied, both in its foreign policy relations with its neighbours and other countries or in its role as mediator between conflicting parties.

“Iran, for example, is a neighbouring country and therefore we cannot ignore its presence and need to maintain an open channel for dialogue and negotiation to resolve any differences whether with Iran or other countries.”

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The ambassador added that the Father Emir H H Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani created a vision based on the leadership of the youth, noting that his wise step in handing over the leadership of the State to the younger generation created a milestone in the memory of the Arab people not only in the memory of the Qatari people.

“This courageous step came from a leader who was at the peak of his leadership and reached the maximum of his national achievements, in guiding the young, to be qualified for governing and administering affairs for the coming ten consecutive years,” he said.

The ambassador said the Emir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani affirmed that “changing leadership in Qatar does not mean that the challenges and tasks have changed for the state.” This was translated on the ground by continuing to building state institutions, which began during the reign of the Father Emir, he added.

After solidifying the approach of the Father Emir, the Emir renewed the spirit of the state and its institutions, continuing with the reforming process, solidifying the positive, and working to avoid the negatives, according to the national vision that cherishes human development, the ambassador said.

Source: thepeninsulaqatar.com                                       

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