Organizers of Qatar, Global Security & Stability Conference praise efforts to resolve crisis
The Organizers of Qatar, Global Security & Stability Conference, which is set to be held on September 14, 2017, in London, expressed their great appreciation for the strenuous efforts exerted by His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, Emir of Kuwait, and his diplomatic efforts to resolve Qatar crisis.
In a statement to the press released on Friday, the organizers commended the efforts to resolve the rift caused by Qatar’s policies which they say defy wisdom and logic, as it adopted hostility against neighboring and international states.
They added that it is no surprise that the Qatari regime is trying to do away with the efforts of His Highness the Emir of Kuwait asserting that in the absence of wisdom, the people of Qatar, who are thirsty for freedom, will find nothing but reckless reactions from the authorities.
The organizing body of the conference expresses its full support for the efforts of the mediation, which aims to stop the Qatari regime and its repugnant policies, which have established a terrible oppressive system at home and broke covenants and agreements to spread destruction internationally.
The proud Qatari people see that the time for calm advice is over and they assert their rejection of the tyrant and oppressive regime, and look forward to the 14th of September conference for the sake of a better Qatar.
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