Qatar Stresses That Illegal Measures Taken by Siege Countries Constitute Grave Violation of Human Rights

Posted on February 5, 2018Categories Culture

New York � Information Office � The State of Qatar has stressed that the illegal measures taken by the siege countries constitute a grave violation of civil, economic and social rights as they have had a negative impact on the lives of thousands.

This came in a speech delivered by Najat Daham Al-Abdullah, Director of the Family Affairs Department at the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs before the 56th session of the Commission for Social Development on item 3 (b) entitled “Review of United Nations plans and programs of action relating to situation of social groups”.

She said that while the State of Qatar devotes its efforts to implementing plans and programs for the success of the social development process at the national level and working in a spirit of cooperation and coordination with international and international institutions to achieve the goals of the United Nations Plan for Sustainable Development 2030, the State’s policy in this area faces a serious challenge as a result of the siege and the illegal measures against the State of Qatar since 5 June 2017. These measures constitute a grave violation of civil, economic and social rights, including the prohibition of the entry of Qatari nationals into the territories of the countries imposing such measures, and to prevent nationals of those countries from traveling to or residing in the State of Qatar.

These unilateral measures have had a negative impact on the lives of thousands of women, children and men,she noted . adding that they have cut off family ties, deprived hundreds of Qatari students of their right to continue their education at universities , the right to work was also affected for many of the citizens of the siege countries working in Qatar who were forced to return home, and other rights and freedoms such as freedom of ownership and freedom of movement.

She said that despite the negative economic impact of the blockade, the Government of the State of Qatar has rushed from the beginning to take comprehensive measures to mitigate the humanitarian and social impact of these unilateral measures and to provide basic requirements for citizens and all residents of the State of Qatar without exception.

Najat Daham Al-Abdullah, Director of the Family Affairs Department at the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs, added that the attention of the Commission for Social Development to the eradication of poverty reflects the international community’s determination to achieve this goal, which is a fundamental pillar of the goals of the 2030 Sustainable Development Plan. She said that the State of Qatar has been achieving this goal from an early stage which is reflected in Qatar Vision 2030 adopted in 2008, which reflects the vision of the leadership of the State in line with the Plan of Sustainable Development 2030, adopted in 2015, Goals, in terms of goals, visions and mechanisms.

With the State of Qatar’s belief in the importance of promoting and protecting human rights, the State of Qatar had made great efforts to create an enabling environment for the social development of all segments of society, including youth, persons with disabilities, the elderly and the family, as the basic unit of society, in addition to the State’s keenness to integrate their issues into all national development plans and strategies, and to establish and support social institutions that provide high quality services to these categories, she noted .

She said that in the light of the role that young people could play in society, the State paid special attention to them and made continuous efforts to promote their important role in the development and to provide them with an environment conducive to creativity and innovation, by investing in their abilities through excellent education and training programs as well as to expand the horizons of their participation in public life and decision-making and employment opportunities for them, she referred to the establishment of the Youth Advisory Committee in 2017, which aims to promote a culture of dialogue and participation among young people and enable them to express their views and aspirations, and activate their leadership and creative skills to encourage them to participate in community activities by raising self-awareness and a sense of responsibility.

She stressed that the State cooperates with the civil society organizations on youth, including the Silatech Foundation, which was founded in 2008, a social institution that supports activities aimed at creating employment opportunities and allowing young people in the Arab world to participate and engage in economic and social development. That the State of Qatar signed a memorandum of understanding on September 18, 2017 with the United Nations Office for Combating Terrorism and Silatech Foundation to strengthen the capacities of young people in the Arab and Islamic region to recruit and launch projects to prevent them from violent extremism.

The promotion and protection of the rights of persons with disabilities is a matter of great concern in Qatar, one of the first countries to ratify the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in 2008. We have come a long way in this area, Actions and measures at the legislative and executive level to ensure that the issues and needs of persons with disabilities are integrated into all development policies and programs, with a view to overcoming the obstacles facing them, enhancing their access to all services and facilitating their daily lives and ensuring that any obstacles to their participation in public life are removed, she said.

She pointed out that Qatar is one of the leading countries in the field of integrating persons with disabilities in society, both in the education and healthcare system and the labor market in the public and private sectors, as well as in the field of sports through organizing competitions for persons with disabilities and encouraging their participation in sports activities including World Cup 2022, which we strive to be inclusive and accessible to all including people with disabilities, she added.

She referred to the important role played by the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs in achieving the vision of Qatar 2030, which aims at achieving the goals of the 2030 Sustainable Development Plan. She also noted the role played by the Qatar Foundation for Social Work as a higher institution that embraces several institutions, Strategies and policies, providing technical support, contributing to the proposal and development of legislative instruments, and expanding effective partnerships with government departments , private sector institutions and civil society organizations in the field of social development.

The Doha International Family Institute (DIFI), which has consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, was one of the leading institutions to raise awareness of the role of the family in social development and the achievement of sustainable development goals and to enrich the work of the sessions of the Commission for Social Development through research, briefings and side events, In cooperation with the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), organized a meeting in Doha in March 2018 on the social protection of the family, she added.

Najat Daham Al Abdullah, Director of the Department of Family Affairs at the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs, concluded by reiterating the delegation of the State of Qatar to continue its policy of achieving social development goals at the national and international levels, expanding partnerships with the United Nations and initiatives to improve the situation of the needy, especially in the least developed countries.

Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs

New York � Information Office � The State of Qatar has stressed that the illegal measures taken by the siege countries constitute a grave violation of civil, economic and social rights as they have had a negative impact on the lives of thousands.

This came in a speech delivered by Najat Daham Al-Abdullah, Director of the Family Affairs Department at the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs before the 56th session of the Commission for Social Development on item 3 (b) entitled “Review of United Nations plans and programs of action relating to situation of social groups”.

She said that while the State of Qatar devotes its efforts to implementing plans and programs for the success of the social development process at the national level and working in a spirit of cooperation and coordination with international and international institutions to achieve the goals of the United Nations Plan for Sustainable Development 2030, the State’s policy in this area faces a serious challenge as a result of the siege and the illegal measures against the State of Qatar since 5 June 2017. These measures constitute a grave violation of civil, economic and social rights, including the prohibition of the entry of Qatari nationals into the territories of the countries imposing such measures, and to prevent nationals of those countries from traveling to or residing in the State of Qatar.

These unilateral measures have had a negative impact on the lives of thousands of women, children and men,she noted . adding that they have cut off family ties, deprived hundreds of Qatari students of their right to continue their education at universities , the right to work was also affected for many of the citizens of the siege countries working in Qatar who were forced to return home, and other rights and freedoms such as freedom of ownership and freedom of movement.

She said that despite the negative economic impact of the blockade, the Government of the State of Qatar has rushed from the beginning to take comprehensive measures to mitigate the humanitarian and social impact of these unilateral measures and to provide basic requirements for citizens and all residents of the State of Qatar without exception.

Najat Daham Al-Abdullah, Director of the Family Affairs Department at the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs, added that the attention of the Commission for Social Development to the eradication of poverty reflects the international community’s determination to achieve this goal, which is a fundamental pillar of the goals of the 2030 Sustainable Development Plan. She said that the State of Qatar has been achieving this goal from an early stage which is reflected in Qatar Vision 2030 adopted in 2008, which reflects the vision of the leadership of the State in line with the Plan of Sustainable Development 2030, adopted in 2015, Goals, in terms of goals, visions and mechanisms.

With the State of Qatar’s belief in the importance of promoting and protecting human rights, the State of Qatar had made great efforts to create an enabling environment for the social development of all segments of society, including youth, persons with disabilities, the elderly and the family, as the basic unit of society, in addition to the State’s keenness to integrate their issues into all national development plans and strategies, and to establish and support social institutions that provide high quality services to these categories, she noted .

She said that in the light of the role that young people could play in society, the State paid special attention to them and made continuous efforts to promote their important role in the development and to provide them with an environment conducive to creativity and innovation, by investing in their abilities through excellent education and training programs as well as to expand the horizons of their participation in public life and decision-making and employment opportunities for them, she referred to the establishment of the Youth Advisory Committee in 2017, which aims to promote a culture of dialogue and participation among young people and enable them to express their views and aspirations, and activate their leadership and creative skills to encourage them to participate in community activities by raising self-awareness and a sense of responsibility.

She stressed that the State cooperates with the civil society organizations on youth, including the Silatech Foundation, which was founded in 2008, a social institution that supports activities aimed at creating employment opportunities and allowing young people in the Arab world to participate and engage in economic and social development. That the State of Qatar signed a memorandum of understanding on September 18, 2017 with the United Nations Office for Combating Terrorism and Silatech Foundation to strengthen the capacities of young people in the Arab and Islamic region to recruit and launch projects to prevent them from violent extremism.

The promotion and protection of the rights of persons with disabilities is a matter of great concern in Qatar, one of the first countries to ratify the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in 2008. We have come a long way in this area, Actions and measures at the legislative and executive level to ensure that the issues and needs of persons with disabilities are integrated into all development policies and programs, with a view to overcoming the obstacles facing them, enhancing their access to all services and facilitating their daily lives and ensuring that any obstacles to their participation in public life are removed, she said.

She pointed out that Qatar is one of the leading countries in the field of integrating persons with disabilities in society, both in the education and healthcare system and the labor market in the public and private sectors, as well as in the field of sports through organizing competitions for persons with disabilities and encouraging their participation in sports activities including World Cup 2022, which we strive to be inclusive and accessible to all including people with disabilities, she added.

She referred to the important role played by the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs in achieving the vision of Qatar 2030, which aims at achieving the goals of the 2030 Sustainable Development Plan. She also noted the role played by the Qatar Foundation for Social Work as a higher institution that embraces several institutions, Strategies and policies, providing technical support, contributing to the proposal and development of legislative instruments, and expanding effective partnerships with government departments , private sector institutions and civil society organizations in the field of social development.

The Doha International Family Institute (DIFI), which has consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, was one of the leading institutions to raise awareness of the role of the family in social development and the achievement of sustainable development goals and to enrich the work of the sessions of the Commission for Social Development through research, briefings and side events, In cooperation with the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), organized a meeting in Doha in March 2018 on the social protection of the family, she added.

Najat Daham Al Abdullah, Director of the Department of Family Affairs at the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs, concluded by reiterating the delegation of the State of Qatar to continue its policy of achieving social development goals at the national and international levels, expanding partnerships with the United Nations and initiatives to improve the situation of the needy, especially in the least developed countries.

Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs

President, VP, and His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed congratulates Finnish President on re-election

Posted on February 5, 2018Categories Industry

President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan sent a cable to President Sauli Niinisto of Finland, congratulating him on his re-election for a new presidential term.Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Moha…

President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan sent a cable to President Sauli Niinisto of Finland, congratulating him on his re-election for a new presidential term.Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Moha…

Qatar’s Ambassador to Germany: Dialogue Only Tool for Resolving Disputes

Posted on February 5, 2018Categories Science

Berlin � Information Office � HE Qatar’s Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said the State of Qatar sees dialogue as the only tool to resolve conflicts and disputes.

In an interview published by Diplomatisches Magazin, the diplomatic magazine in Germany, HE the ambassador said dialogue is the guideline on which the State of Qatar has always relied, both in its foreign policy relations with its neighbors and other countries, or in its role as mediator between conflicting parties. “Iran, for example, is a neighboring country and therefore we cannot ignore its presence and need to maintain an open channel for dialogue and negotiation to resolve any differences whether with Iran or other countries.”

HE the ambassador added that HH the Father Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani created a vision based on the leadership of the youth, noting that his wise step in handing over the leadership of the State to the younger generation created a milestone in the memory of the Arab people not only in the memory of the Qatari people.

“This courageous step came from a leader who was at the peak of his leadership and reached the maximum of his national achievements, in guiding the young, to be qualified for governing and administering affairs for the coming ten consecutive years,” HE Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said.

HE the ambassador said HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani affirmed that “changing leadership in Qatar does not mean that the challenges and tasks have changed for the state.” This was translated on the ground by continuing to building state institutions, which began during the reign of HH the Father Emir, he added.

After solidifying the approach of HH the Father Emir, HH the Emir renewed the spirit of the state and its institutions, continuing with the reforming process, solidifying the positive, and working to avoid the negatives, according to the national vision that cherishes human development, HE the ambassador said.

HE the ambassador added that HH the Emir adopted a consistent political plan, based on the principles and values that govern national policy in dealing with regional and international issues. During the Arab Spring, he said, Qatar was always biased towards the need of its people, a good model to follow which promotes justice, human dignity and freedom.

Qatar is moving towards the first parliamentary elections of the Advisory Council, where the Qatari women play an important role in the current council.

Even before preparing the locations for the World Cup, the Qatar National Vision 2030 project recognized the need for improved living and working conditions for expatriate workers, HE the ambassador revealed. The Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs has launched a new and comprehensive program to improve workers’ housing through the construction of modern housing for these workers in line with international standards, His Excellency added.

“The construction of most of the workers’ housing is completed and is distributed in different parts of the country and can accommodate more than 340,000 workers,” HE the ambassador said.

Qatar’s government has also expanded its health facilities by establishing three modern hospitals and four new health centers for migrant workers. In addition, a new contract system and a secure payment system have been introduced to ease the payment of salaries to employees through bank transfers, HE Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said.

HE the ambassador added that the Qatari government has worked closely with non-governmental organizations such as Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) to formulate good practices in labor market policies and committed to applying the highest standards for migrant workers in the region.

The State of Qatar has spared no effort to establish freedom of expression, based on its deep belief in the right of people to obtain reliable information from reliable sources. “Within this context I can refer to, Al-Jazeera to be one of the most dedicated media networks in establishing the right of expression, which is translated in the death of a number of its reporters while carrying out their professional tasks.

HE Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said there are expatriates from 190 countries who live in Qatar with different religions, noting that “the State of Qatar welcomes religious diversity and everyone can practice their religious rights without restrictions or obstacles.”

Qatar holds relationships with many partners, recognizing the importance of diversifying its relations and partnerships with various parties, HE the ambassador said.

HE Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani underlined that economic relations with Europe, especially Germany, play a pivotal role in deepening and strengthening strong relations in various fields of investment, education, health, industry, and tourism. He noted that the rich and intense events of Qatar-Germany Cultural Year 2017 resulted in enhancing the strategic and strong ties with the German government and its people. He added that the events of the cultural year created a real rapprochement between the Arab and German cultures, which was deepened even more through the establishment of the Arabic Cultural House (The Diwan) in Berlin.

HE the ambassador pointed out that each country’s knowledge of the other’s culture, traditions and customs contributes to the subsequent abandonment of stereotyping of the other, thus creating a platform for dialogue between non-opposites. He stressed that achieving progress and development in any field is a continuous and long-term process.

“I would like to point out that Qatar was ranked first in the Arab world and fourth worldwide out of 140 points to be achieved on the ranking of the Quality of Education report in 2016 issued by the World Economic Forum,” HE Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said.

“It is important to note here that the State of Qatar allocates 3.2 percent of its gross national product and more than 12 percent of its public expenditure on education. This is in line with its 2030 National Vision the preparation for the post-oil era and the establishment of an appropriate academic and industrial infrastructure for the development of the knowledge-based economy,” he added.

HE the ambassador noted that Qatar’s preparations for hosting the 2022 World Cup are proceeding according to the plan that was set since winning the 2022 World Cup bid, adding that five stadiums have been completed and the state is actively working to complete the remaining three stadiums.

He pointed out that Qatar Railways Company (Qatar Rail) has already laid the tunnel’s infrastructure and a significant part of the construction of the train stations will be operational by 2020. He declared that the commitment by the State of Qatar to complete the infrastructure in preparation for the 2022 World Cup will be an exceptional opportunity to stimulate the development process and capacity-building and to foster a culture of innovation and creativity in our region.

“Over the past six years, we have already made significant achievements in this area, as three of the leading regional initiatives have made a positive impact in the region, from Josoor Institute, which so far has trained hundreds of people in the region, to the hosting of major sporting events,” HE the ambassador said.

“Through the social responsibility program Generation Amazing, we have been able to contribute to positive change in the lives of thousands of children in countries around the world such as Nepal, Pakistan, Lebanon and Jordan by investing the positive energy of football and developing and refining the leadership skills of the participants” he added.

HE Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani noted that the 2022 challenge opened up the opportunity to expand the creative skills of the Arab world to meet the challenges facing the 2022 World Cup and other major sporting events around the world. He pointed out that the winners presented great ideas for the current products, and in a group of incubators in Qatar, applications are being developed that will give them the opportunity to realize their projects and solutions which the world will witness in 2022.

HE the ambassador pointed out that Qatar is one of the safest places in the world, saying in this regard “tourists will never feel alien due to the friendly and welcoming nature of its people and its well-developed infrastructure.”

Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Berlin � Information Office � HE Qatar’s Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said the State of Qatar sees dialogue as the only tool to resolve conflicts and disputes.

In an interview published by Diplomatisches Magazin, the diplomatic magazine in Germany, HE the ambassador said dialogue is the guideline on which the State of Qatar has always relied, both in its foreign policy relations with its neighbors and other countries, or in its role as mediator between conflicting parties. “Iran, for example, is a neighboring country and therefore we cannot ignore its presence and need to maintain an open channel for dialogue and negotiation to resolve any differences whether with Iran or other countries.”

HE the ambassador added that HH the Father Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani created a vision based on the leadership of the youth, noting that his wise step in handing over the leadership of the State to the younger generation created a milestone in the memory of the Arab people not only in the memory of the Qatari people.

“This courageous step came from a leader who was at the peak of his leadership and reached the maximum of his national achievements, in guiding the young, to be qualified for governing and administering affairs for the coming ten consecutive years,” HE Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said.

HE the ambassador said HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani affirmed that “changing leadership in Qatar does not mean that the challenges and tasks have changed for the state.” This was translated on the ground by continuing to building state institutions, which began during the reign of HH the Father Emir, he added.

After solidifying the approach of HH the Father Emir, HH the Emir renewed the spirit of the state and its institutions, continuing with the reforming process, solidifying the positive, and working to avoid the negatives, according to the national vision that cherishes human development, HE the ambassador said.

HE the ambassador added that HH the Emir adopted a consistent political plan, based on the principles and values that govern national policy in dealing with regional and international issues. During the Arab Spring, he said, Qatar was always biased towards the need of its people, a good model to follow which promotes justice, human dignity and freedom.

Qatar is moving towards the first parliamentary elections of the Advisory Council, where the Qatari women play an important role in the current council.

Even before preparing the locations for the World Cup, the Qatar National Vision 2030 project recognized the need for improved living and working conditions for expatriate workers, HE the ambassador revealed. The Ministry of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs has launched a new and comprehensive program to improve workers’ housing through the construction of modern housing for these workers in line with international standards, His Excellency added.

“The construction of most of the workers’ housing is completed and is distributed in different parts of the country and can accommodate more than 340,000 workers,” HE the ambassador said.

Qatar’s government has also expanded its health facilities by establishing three modern hospitals and four new health centers for migrant workers. In addition, a new contract system and a secure payment system have been introduced to ease the payment of salaries to employees through bank transfers, HE Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said.

HE the ambassador added that the Qatari government has worked closely with non-governmental organizations such as Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) to formulate good practices in labor market policies and committed to applying the highest standards for migrant workers in the region.

The State of Qatar has spared no effort to establish freedom of expression, based on its deep belief in the right of people to obtain reliable information from reliable sources. “Within this context I can refer to, Al-Jazeera to be one of the most dedicated media networks in establishing the right of expression, which is translated in the death of a number of its reporters while carrying out their professional tasks.

HE Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said there are expatriates from 190 countries who live in Qatar with different religions, noting that “the State of Qatar welcomes religious diversity and everyone can practice their religious rights without restrictions or obstacles.”

Qatar holds relationships with many partners, recognizing the importance of diversifying its relations and partnerships with various parties, HE the ambassador said.

HE Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani underlined that economic relations with Europe, especially Germany, play a pivotal role in deepening and strengthening strong relations in various fields of investment, education, health, industry, and tourism. He noted that the rich and intense events of Qatar-Germany Cultural Year 2017 resulted in enhancing the strategic and strong ties with the German government and its people. He added that the events of the cultural year created a real rapprochement between the Arab and German cultures, which was deepened even more through the establishment of the Arabic Cultural House (The Diwan) in Berlin.

HE the ambassador pointed out that each country’s knowledge of the other’s culture, traditions and customs contributes to the subsequent abandonment of stereotyping of the other, thus creating a platform for dialogue between non-opposites. He stressed that achieving progress and development in any field is a continuous and long-term process.

“I would like to point out that Qatar was ranked first in the Arab world and fourth worldwide out of 140 points to be achieved on the ranking of the Quality of Education report in 2016 issued by the World Economic Forum,” HE Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said.

“It is important to note here that the State of Qatar allocates 3.2 percent of its gross national product and more than 12 percent of its public expenditure on education. This is in line with its 2030 National Vision the preparation for the post-oil era and the establishment of an appropriate academic and industrial infrastructure for the development of the knowledge-based economy,” he added.

HE the ambassador noted that Qatar’s preparations for hosting the 2022 World Cup are proceeding according to the plan that was set since winning the 2022 World Cup bid, adding that five stadiums have been completed and the state is actively working to complete the remaining three stadiums.

He pointed out that Qatar Railways Company (Qatar Rail) has already laid the tunnel’s infrastructure and a significant part of the construction of the train stations will be operational by 2020. He declared that the commitment by the State of Qatar to complete the infrastructure in preparation for the 2022 World Cup will be an exceptional opportunity to stimulate the development process and capacity-building and to foster a culture of innovation and creativity in our region.

“Over the past six years, we have already made significant achievements in this area, as three of the leading regional initiatives have made a positive impact in the region, from Josoor Institute, which so far has trained hundreds of people in the region, to the hosting of major sporting events,” HE the ambassador said.

“Through the social responsibility program Generation Amazing, we have been able to contribute to positive change in the lives of thousands of children in countries around the world such as Nepal, Pakistan, Lebanon and Jordan by investing the positive energy of football and developing and refining the leadership skills of the participants” he added.

HE Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani noted that the 2022 challenge opened up the opportunity to expand the creative skills of the Arab world to meet the challenges facing the 2022 World Cup and other major sporting events around the world. He pointed out that the winners presented great ideas for the current products, and in a group of incubators in Qatar, applications are being developed that will give them the opportunity to realize their projects and solutions which the world will witness in 2022.

HE the ambassador pointed out that Qatar is one of the safest places in the world, saying in this regard “tourists will never feel alien due to the friendly and welcoming nature of its people and its well-developed infrastructure.”

Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs

إنوفيتيف سيستمز إنك تسرع النمو بافتتاح مكتب جديد في الشرق الأوسط

Posted on February 4, 2018Categories Arabic, GeneralTags

المكتب الجديد للشركة في دبي سيعزز خدمة العملاء للشركة ومبادرات الشركاء مع دعم تلبية المطالب المتنامية على منتجات الشركة في المنطقة بيتسبرغ، 4 شباط/فبراير ، 2018 / بي آر نيوزواير / — أعلنت شركة إنوفيتيف سيستمز إنك، وهي شركة رائدة عالمية في تطوير وتوفير إدارة بيانات الشركات العالية الأداء وحلول إدارة المخاطر، اليوم عن توسيع […]

المكتب الجديد للشركة في دبي سيعزز خدمة العملاء للشركة ومبادرات الشركاء مع دعم تلبية المطالب المتنامية على منتجات الشركة في المنطقة بيتسبرغ، 4 شباط/فبراير ، 2018 / بي آر نيوزواير / — أعلنت شركة إنوفيتيف سيستمز إنك، وهي شركة رائدة عالمية في تطوير وتوفير إدارة بيانات الشركات العالية الأداء وحلول إدارة المخاطر، اليوم عن توسيع […]

InterSystems IRIS Data Platform™ Now Available

Posted on February 4, 2018Categories TechnologyTags ,

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts, February 4, 2018/PRNewswire/ — New unified data platform for building scalable, interoperable, and analytical data-rich applications InterSystems, a global leader in information technology platforms for health, business, and government applications, today announced the general availability of InterSystems IRIS Data Platform™, the first data platform to deliver multi-workload and multi-model data management, native interoperability, […]

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts, February 4, 2018/PRNewswire/ — New unified data platform for building scalable, interoperable, and analytical data-rich applications InterSystems, a global leader in information technology platforms for health, business, and government applications, today announced the general availability of InterSystems IRIS Data Platform™, the first data platform to deliver multi-workload and multi-model data management, native interoperability, […]

Qatar-US Strategic Dialogue’ Stresses Two Countries’ Need to Remain Close Allies

Posted on February 4, 2018Categories Culture

The first strategic dialogue held by the governments of the State of Qatar and the United States of America in Washington, DC, on January 30 has revealed increased the convergence in the strategic visions between the two countries and stressed need to …

The first strategic dialogue held by the governments of the State of Qatar and the United States of America in Washington, DC, on January 30 has revealed increased the convergence in the strategic visions between the two countries and stressed need to …

MOJ’S REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT LAUNCHES EVENING SUPPORT SERVICES

Posted on February 4, 2018Categories Legal

The Real Estate Registration and Documentation Department at the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) launched the evening support service at the external service centers to provide support to the staff working in these centers.This will make things easier for th…

The Real Estate Registration and Documentation Department at the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) launched the evening support service at the external service centers to provide support to the staff working in these centers.This will make things easier for th…