Qatar in talks with Jordan, Egypt, US to halt Israeli violations at Al-Aqsa

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Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed Al-Thani speaks during an interview on Qatar TV. (Photo: Twitter)
AMMAN — Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed Al-Thani said on Thursday that his nation is conducting “intensive communication” with Jordan, Egypt, and the US to deter Israel from violating Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.اضافة اعلان

Al-Thani made these remarks during an interview on Qatar TV — the first since he assumed the position of prime minister.

Qatari labor challengesThe prime minister also spoke about the Qatari labor market, noting that the increase in Qatari’s direct income drains public budgets, where 90 percent of Qataris work for the government, which has limited capacity.

About 7,000 Qataris were employed last year, 5,200 by the government and the rest by private companies, he said.

While Qatar’s government is committed to providing jobs, the private sector “must also provide opportunities for citizens", the prime minister said.

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