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Qatar won’t normalise ties with Syria: FM

Qatar has ruled out the possibility of normalizing relationships with Syria, calling Syrian President Bashar al Assad a war criminal. 

"Standardization of relations with the Syrian routine at this stage is the standardization of an individual associated with war crimes, and this should not be acceptable," Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs HE Sheik Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al Thani said at a joint public interview with Chairperson of the African Union Commission Moussa Faki Mahamat in Doha on Monday. 

Sheik Mohammed said the purposes for the solidifying of Syria's enrollment of the Arab League still exist as the routine is as yet apathetic regarding what's going on to the Syrian individuals. 

"Qatar stays unaltered in its position except if there is an answer that fulfills the Syrian individuals," he stated, focusing on that it will bolster any arrangement satisfactory to the Syrian individuals. 

In light of an inquiry on prospects for answers for the Gulf emergency in light of the visit of the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to Doha on Sunday, he said Qatar keeps on following its principled position for discourse that would reestablish the quality of the GCC, through bringing together the Gulf framework and featuring the requirement for all gatherings to focus on the equivalent. 

On the objectives of the visit of Minister Responsible for Foreign Affairs of the Sultanate of Oman Yusuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah, the FM said the visit comes as a major aspect of Oman's endeavors to initiate GCC advisory groups, which have been idle because of the emergency. 

Sheik Mohammed affirmed Qatar's status to help continuation of work of these panels, regardless of the way that the measures taken by the attack nations don't encourage joint work. 


He said Qatar has required the partition between the instruments of joint activity and the distinctions that may emerge between some GCC nations. He focused on the proceeded with help for such methodology without upsetting any of the board's instruments or its advisory groups in spite of current conditions that are not making a difference. 

Sheik Mohammed commended the collaboration among Qatar and the African Union in repatriating unpredictable vagrants in Libya back to their nations and reintegrating them in their networks, in accordance with the mandates of the Amir HH Sheik Tamim bin Hamad al Thani to dispatch an extraordinary store to take care of the expenses of returning transients. 

He said the store to which Qatar is contributing $20 million will bolster the helpful and advancement work in the African Union nations and will lighten the troublesome living states of the African transients.

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