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  • Updated: February 01, 2024

Qatar Prime Minister urges unity to stop Gaza conflict

Qatar Prime Minister urges unity to stop Gaza conflict

Qatar's Prime Minister, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al Thani highlighted the crucial role of diplomacy in resolving the conflict, expressing optimism about the potential for a negotiated settlement.

While acknowledging the challenges ahead, he remained hopeful that constructive dialogue and concerted efforts by the international community could pave the way for a lasting peace agreement.

“I think that we should all unite behind stopping this war, saving those lives, saving those children and those women from being killed and being chased and bombed by airstrikes, by tanks, by everything,” he told NPR in an interview.

Sheikh Mohammed also sounded a cautionary note, warning that prolonged hostilities could escalate into a broader regional conflict with far-reaching consequences.

He emphasized the need for swift action to de-escalate tensions and prevent further destabilization in the Middle East, underscoring the urgency of finding a diplomatic solution to the crisis.

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