His Excellency the Ambassador bids farewell to the Vice-President of the United Republic of Tanzania

H.E Samia Hassan Suluhu, Vice-President of the United Republic of Tanzania, received on Monday 30 September 2019 H. E Abdullah Jassim Al-Maadadi, Ambassador of the State of Qatar to the United Republic of Tanzania, at her office in the State House in Dar es Salaam to bid her farewell on the occasion of the end of his tenure. Her Excellency wished the Ambassador success in his future assignments and the relations between the United Republic of Tanzania and the State of Qatar further bonds of friendship and cooperation in all fields.

Unveiling FIFA World Cup 2022 Emblem which will be hosted by the State of Qatar

The official Emblem of the FIFA World Cup 2022 has been unveiled digitally on Tuesday, 3 September 2019, at 20:22hrs (Doha time) across all Qatar Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy and FIFA platforms, and in a number of iconic buildings around the world. The timing 20:22hrs resembles the year 2022 in which the big event would be staged in the State of Qatar, the host country.

Qatar Calls on Human Rights Council to Immediately End Siege Countries' Violations

The State of Qatar has called on the Human Rights Council and its affiliated mechanisms to pay adequate attention to the violations of the siege countries and to immediately end them, hold those responsible accountable and to compensate those affected in a fair manner. This came in a statement presented by the Permanent Mission of the State of Qatar to the United Nations' Office at Geneva on 28/2/2018 at the 37th Human Rights Council Session in response to the statement made by the Permanent Representative of the United Arab Emirates on behalf of the four siege countries to statement delivered by the State of Qatar on 26/2/2018 . The State of Qatar clarified in the statement that: "The siege countries had failed to provide any real evidence based on solid allegations about Qatar's support for terrorism, and failed to provide justifications and legal arguments for its coercive measures which are considered collective punishment". The measures taken by the four countries against the State of Qatar last June were unilateral coercive measures in contravention of the principles of international law, international human rights law and the Charter of the United Nations. This description of these measures were clearly highlighted in a report issued by the technical mission of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, which visited Qatar last November to qet acquainted with all the facts and met with the victims affected by these measures and thus concluded this description. These unilateral coercive measures and the siege, as indicated in the report of the Technical Mission, have resulted in widespread violations of civil, economic, social and cultural rights and are still ongoing. The countries of the blockade insist on continuing to market allegations against the State of Qatar . They also want to use the issue of terrorism to mislead the international community about its intentions and illegal and inhuman actions against the State of Qatar, and flagrantly violated many laws and human rights conventions. The efforts of the State of Qatar in the fight against terrorism are clear and well known to all, and in all relevant international forums and forums, Qatar is an active member in these efforts and participates financially, politically and militarily. The Permenant Delegation of the State of Qatar called on the Human Rights Council and its mechanisms to promote universal respect for all human rights values and principles on an equal basis by giving due attention to these violations and to immediately end them, hold those responsible accountable and compensate those affected fairly.

Celebration of the Sports Day of the State of Qatar.

The Embassy held sporting event at Jakaya Kikwete Youth Park in Dar es Salaam. The sporting activities included playing football and walking, and a football match was held between the Embassy Staff Team and Jakaya Kikwete Youth Park Team. The celebration of this day represents embodiment of the vision that the State of Qatar attaches to the role played by sports in spreading tolerance, fraternity and love among peoples.

Tanzanian Foreign Minister meets with Qatari Ambassador

His Excellency Mr. Augustin Philipp Mahiga, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of the United Republic of Tanzania, met with HE Abdullah bin Jassim Al-Muadhadi, Ambassador of the State of Qatar to Tanzania.

Tanzanian Foreign Minister Meets Qatari Ambassador

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, East African, Regional and International Co-operation in the United Republic of Tanzania, Augustine Phillip Mahiga, met here Monday with HE Qatar's Ambassador to Tanzania Abdullah bin Jassim Al Moudadi.