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Shura Council and Latin American and Caribbean Parliament Sign MoU

15 June 2019



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A memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the State of Qatar, represented by the Shura Council and the Latin American and Caribbean Parliament, was signed here at the headquarters of the Latin American and Caribbean Parliament, in light of which Qatar has become an observer member of the Latin American and Caribbean Parliament.

The MoU was signed for the Qatari sided by HE the Speaker of the Shura Council Ahmed bin Abdullah bin Zaid Al Mahmoud, while it was signed for the Latin American and Caribbean Parliament by HE President of the Latin American and Caribbean Parliament Elias Castillo.

The two sides also agreed to strengthen parliamentary cooperation and political exchanges to boost the bonds of friendship between the State of Qatar and Latin American and Caribbean countries and to contribute to overcoming the blockade imposed on the State of Qatar as well as to achieve peace among peoples and to strengthen parliamentary channels of communication between the two parties and to exchange parliamentary knowledge and expertize in legislative, supervisory and administrative areas, and enrich common points of convergence and work for peace in the world.

This came at a meeting between the two sides during which the parliamentary relations between the Shura Council and the parliaments of Latin America and the Caribbean countries were reviewed and ways of enahncing them .

The meeting also reviewed the issues on the agenda of the 35 th General Assembly of the Latin American and Caribbean Parliament.

The meeting was attended by HE Chairman of the Qatari Friendship Committee with Latin American and Caribbean Countries Khalid bin Abdullah Al-Buainain and a number of members of the Qatar Friendship Group with Latin American and Caribbean Countries and HE Ambassador of the State of Qatar to the Republic of Panama Saad bin Mubarak Al Jafali Al Nuaimi.