Qatar participated yesterday in the 17th ministerial meeting of the Asian Co-operation Dialogue (ACD), which was held under the presidency of Turkey through visual communication technology. Qatar was represented at the meeting by HE the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Sultan bin Saad al-Muraikhi. In his speech, HE al-Muraikhi congratulated and thanked the Turkish Republic for its successful presidency of the Asian Co-operation Dialogue, and expressed his appreciation for the efforts of the Secretary-General of the Asian Co-operation Dialogue.
“The State of Qatar attaches great importance to the Asian Co-operation Dialogue, based on its firm belief in the importance, prestige and role of this dialogue in strengthening relations between member states,” the minister said. “There is no doubt that the exceptional circumstances that the world is going through at all levels highlight the need for international solidarity and collective work to improve all aspects of peoples’ lives and advance them at political, economic and social levels,” he added. In conclusion, the minister said Qatar is looking forward to the participation of all member states in the upcoming summit of the Asian Co-operation Dialogue to be held in Doha later this year.
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