Head of the State of Qatar’s Mission to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) H.E. Abdulrahman bin Mohammed Al Khulaifi, and Head of the International Military Cooperation Authority H.E. Brigadier General Abdulaziz Saleh Al Sulaiti, inaugurated the offices of the State of Qatar’s mission and military representation, inside NATO headquarters in Brussels, in implementation of the arrangements for the Individual Partnership and Cooperation Program.
Qatar’s Defense Attaché to NATO, Staff Brigadier (Air) Ali Abdulaziz Al Mohannadi and Defense Attaché to the Kingdom of Belgium, Staff Brigadier (Air) Rashid Saif Fahd Al Khayarin and members of the military and diplomatic corps in Brussels attended the inauguration ceremony, Qatar News Agency (QNA) reported.
The inauguration of the offices of the State of Qatar’s mission in the NATO headquarters represents a new page of cooperation between Qatar and NATO and the culmination of the distinguished relations between the two sides.
The offices of the mission will contribute to the continuity and strengthening of these relations with NATO and its member states, as it will facilitate the process of direct communication, intensify bilateral and multilateral meetings, and enhance the presence of the State of Qatar within the organization and its participation in military and civil activities.
The State of Qatar has signed several agreements with NATO, including the Individual Partnership and Cooperation Agreement, the Information Security Agreement, and the agreement to station NATO forces and staff at Al Udeid Air Base.