The State of Qatar and NATO have signed an agreement to open a diplomatic mission office in Brussels.
Qatar and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO] have signed an agreement to open a diplomatic missions office in the NATO headquarters in Brussels.
The agreement is a part of the implementation of the arrangements for the Individual Partnership and Cooperation programme.
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Head of Mission of the State of Qatar to NATO Abdul Rahman bin Muhammad Al-Khulaifi signed on behalf of Doha at the ceremony on Sunday.
The signing ceremony was attended by Military Representative and Assistant Military Attaché to Belgium Brigadier General Ali Abdulaziz Al-Mohannadi, and diplomats from the Embassy of the State of Qatar in Brussels, as well as officials from NATO.
Opening the Qatari office is a step forward into establishing distinguished relations based on political and practical cooperation between Qatar and NATO.