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At the end of the course " Traditional and parliament diplomacy; theory and application", Dr. Al Hamaadi: We drive at developing and improving the skills of legislative Gulf Councils

Apr 24, 2017, 09:57 AM by User Not Found
The Diplomatic Institution in the Ministry of Foreign affairs concluded today the Traditional and parliament diplomacy course; Theory and application, in cooperation with the Senate council which lasted for 3 days. Participants were 16 personnel represented the legislative councils in GCC States.

Doha on 4/1/2017

The Diplomatic Institution in the Ministry of Foreign affairs concluded today the Traditional and parliament diplomacy course; Theory and application, in cooperation with the Senate council which lasted for 3 days. Participants were 16 personnel represented the legislative councils in GCC States.

His Excellency Dr. Ahmad Ben Hasan Al Hammadi, Secretary General of Ministry of Foreign affairs, addressed his speech stating that the course drove at developing and improving the Gulf councils staff, and he referred also that the Ministry of Foreign affairs is ready to organize more courses in future time to offer support for the Senate councils staff, parliament in GCC States.

His Excellency Fahd ben Mubarak, General secretary of the Senate council assured the importance of such course as it is held in cooperation with the Qatari Senate council, employees and representatives of legislative councils in GCC States.

His Excellency emphasized on the Diplomatic Institution efforts in organizing such course, and offered his thanks to His Excellency Sheikh Moh'd Ben Abdul Rahman Al Thani; Minister of foreign affairs, H. E. Sultan Ben Saad Al Mareekhi; Minister of State for foreign affairs, H. E. Dr. Ahmad Ben Hasan Al Hammadi, Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign affairs for their sustainable support as to such courses, dashing from their deep believe of the importance to habilitating and developing the Human Cadre