Saudi to lift curfew on Sunday at 6 am; ban on Umrah, visits, international flights maintained

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia will lift the nationwide curfew, which was imposed to prevent the spread of COVID-19 pandemic, from tomorrow, Sunday, at 6 a.m. An official source from the Ministry of Interior announced the lifting of the curfew, based on the report of the health authorities, said the Saudi Press Agency (SPA). “The report stressed the possibility of returning to normalcy on the condition of taking utmost caution and protection  and abiding fully to the precautionary…

"Saudi to lift curfew on Sunday at 6 am; ban on Umrah, visits, international flights maintained"

WHO Chief congratulates HRH Premier on Bahraini Doctor’s Day

Manama, World Health Organisation (WHO)  director-general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus congratulated His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al-Khalifa on designating the Bahraini Doctor’s Day, on the first Wednesday of the month of November, and the launch of a prize named after HRH the Premier to honour outstanding Bahraini practitioners in the medical therapeutic and research fields. Dr. Ghebreyesus welcomed the step which, he said, reflects honour and recognition of the health professionals and their strenuous efforts…

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At Initiative of Qatar, Monaco.. 118 Countries Adopt Joint Declaration on COVID-19 Impact On Sport, Well-Being

The State of Qatar and the Principality of Monaco, represented by their permanent delegations to the United Nations in their capacity as co-Chairs of the Group of Friends of Sport for Sustainable Development, have initiated a Joint Declaration that was adopted by 118 member states on the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on sport, physical activity and well-being and its effects on social development. The declaration, a copy of which was delivered to HE…

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Qatar Charity, Sudanese Working in Qatar Send 7-Ton of Medical Aid to Khartoum

A 7-ton shipment of medical aid, provided by the Qatar Charity and professional associations for Sudanese working in the State of Qatar, with a total value of QR2 million, arrived in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. The shipment was received by HE Sudan’s Minister of Health Dr. Akram Ali Altom, Acting Charge d’Affairs to the Embassy of the State of Qatar in Sudan Talal Farhan Al Anzi, and several officials of the supreme committee for health…

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UAE welcomes IAEA’s adoption of draft resolution regarding Iran’s nuclear sites.

The UAE welcomed the adoption of a draft resolution submitted by France, Germany, and the United Kingdom by the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency calling on Iran to fully cooperate with the Agency and meet its demands without delay, including providing immediate access to several of Tehran’s nuclear sites. In a statement, the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation hailed the Agency’s efforts in this regard, as the resolution…

"UAE welcomes IAEA’s adoption of draft resolution regarding Iran’s nuclear sites."

Ministers of ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ issue joint statement on combating COVID-19.

The foreign ministers and high-level officials who participated in the Belt and Road Initiative’s videoconference, called for by the People’s Republic of China on Thursday, issued a statement at the close of their meeting, which was held under the theme of “Belt and Road International Cooperation: Combating COVID-19 with Solidarity”. H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, headed the UAE’s delegation to the meeting, which discussed ways of…

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