Commenting on the statement Sputnik Agency has attributed to the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Turkey as allegedly saying on the Minister of Foreign Affairs Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Khalifa regarding the Qatari crisis, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs dismisses it as totally erroneous and affirms that the side which has circulated it lacks the necessary credibility and professionalism to deal with such sensitive topics that cannot tolerate unreasoned interpretations or explanations.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs stresses that the position of the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and the Arab Republic of Egypt is quite clear towards the Qatari crisis and that these countries are defending their sovereignty and not besieging the State of Qatar and that they have rather spared it danger by exercising a sovereign right of theirs.
The ministry affirms that severing relations with Qatar came after the four countries have tried all available means to stop it from interfering in their internal affairs and to ensure Qatar remains committed to its previous pledges and that all the steps taken so far have not affected their peoples or the brotherly Qataris.
The Future Society for Youth will host a walkathon as part of its ‘Smite Initiative’ to support children suffering from cancer. Kids ‘R’ Golden Walk-A-Thon will be held on Friday, September 28, 2018, at Prince Khalifa bin Salman Park, Hidd and the event comes in li
Bahrain is lagging behind globally and even in the GCC region when it comes to protecting the intellectual property of its people, it emerged. The 2018 version of the Intellectual Property Rights Index brought out by US-based Property Rights Alliance pinned Bahrain at 45th, while not impr
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Upgrading the existing technologies utilised in the education sector would solve the fake degree crisis that has engulfed Bahrain while preventing similar scandals in the future, it was proposed. Technology could be the answer to prevent fraud in the education sector; however, this would
More than 60 women gather every day in a small village on the western coast of the island for a special mission – cooking food for those who take part in mourning processions as part of the Ashoora rituals. They prepare about 750 kg of food every day before distributing them t
The students’ council has rapped the University of Bahrain’s (UoB) decision to reject the pleas submitted by the students who were reportedly expelled for scoring low annual Grade Points Average (GPA). The university’s decision follows the recommendations by a special co