Hamad bin Jassim sends an important message to the Qataris after he noticed this matter recently | A homeland tweeting outside the flock


The former Prime Minister of Qatar, Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabr, sent an important message to his citizens following the superiority of Qatari diplomacy and its victory over the blockading countries and the imposition of its just agenda on those who wanted to exclude it and make it a vassal state.

Hamad bin Jassim considered that trust is required and commendable, and we must develop it in our societies. He pointed out that it begins with self or positive self-esteem and self-reliance before others, and this is one of the important pillars that any Prime Time Zone must build.

Hamad bin Jassim talks about the homeland

He also stressed that pride in the homeland and pride in belonging to it and its achievements is required because it rootes self-esteem and confirms confidence in those working in the homeland in various fields.

As for vanity – according to the former Prime Minister of Qatar – whether it is a little or a lot, it is one of the worst traits that turns victory into defeat in the absence of time.

Bin Jassim added: “I do not claim that I am one of the genius thinkers and philosophers, but what I want to reach is that we in Qatar, praise be to God, have overcome the difficulties, and this is what should cause pride and pride, not arrogance.”

He concluded, pointing out that he remembered this saying because he noticed the arrogance of some recently because of the victory of Qatar: “I wanted to say this because I recently sensed in some of us a tone of arrogance that is neither one of our qualities nor one of our traits. Praise be to God before and after.”

Qatar achieves diplomatic victories

Qatar has recently achieved several diplomatic victories at all levels, starting with the Gulf reconciliation and the retreat of the siege countries from their unjust conditions, passing through the arrival of Tahnoun bin Zayed to Doha to seek peace, and ending with Qatar’s prominent role in the Palestinian cause and the Afghan file.

Qatari delegation in Afghanistan

In another context, revealing the mission of the Qatari delegation that arrived in the Afghan capital, Kabul, yesterday, Wednesday, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, said that his country is communicating with the Taliban and Turkey to restart Kabul Airport and we will reach that as soon as possible.

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This came in a joint press conference with his British counterpart, Dominic Raab, after talks between them, as part of the latter’s visit to Doha, the duration of which was not announced.

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar

Al-Thani added: “We are still in the framework of assessments regarding Kabul Airport, and there is no clear indication of when it will be ready to restart.”

He continued, “We are optimistic about our ability to restart Kabul Airport as soon as possible.”

The Qatari minister stressed the continuation of Doha’s efforts to achieve international consensus in Afghanistan, and the continuation of the Qatari role as a neutral mediator between the Afghan parties.

Meanwhile, the Qatari “Al-Jazeera” network, on Thursday, quoted the head of the Afghan Civil Aviation Authority as saying that the Qatari technical staff is now working on evaluating the damage to the airport and plans to operate it soon.

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The head of the authority explained, according to the network, that there are plans to resume domestic flights through Kabul Airport, as of tomorrow, Friday, while the resumption of foreign flights will require some time.

Al-Jazeera quoted the Afghan official as saying: “We will ask Qatar for assistance in air transport, and we are ready to conclude partnership agreements.”

Yesterday, Wednesday, the Russian “Novosti” news agency confirmed the arrival of experts from Qatar and Turkey to Kabul Airport in preparation for the resumption of its work, after the withdrawal of the last US forces from it and the completion of the “Taliban” movement’s control over it.

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