Sharjah – Omaima Yasser –
The Emir of the State of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, announced his readiness to participate in any dialogue session to support peace in Syria, saying the Arab League “excluded Syria for good reasons that still exist.”
This came in an interview with the French newspaper “Le Point” yesterday, Thursday, by the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad.
Responding to a question about the possibility of Qatar changing its stance on the Syrian regime, Tamim bin Hamad said: “Every country has the right to establish relations with any country it chooses, but the Arab League decided to exclude Syria for a good reason,” adding that the reason “still exists and has not changed.” .” “.
Tamim “is willing to participate in any discussion about the future of Syria and the demands of its people if there is a peace process, but that is not the case at the moment.”
The emir of Qatar wondered if the world was “forced to accept a president who oppresses and massacres his people and abandons millions, as the Assad regime did in Syria.”
The international community, especially the European Union, “shouldn’t let this happen,” he stressed: “We should have been more serious and solved the problem, whether it’s Syria or Libya.”
Responding to repeated criticism of Qatar over its relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood, Tamim bin Hamad said “this relationship does not exist and there are no active members of the Muslim Brotherhood or any of its affiliated groups on Qatari soil.”