Qatari Prime Minister Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani reaffirmed his country’s unwavering stance against normalization with the Assad regime, emphasizing a refusal to tolerate war criminals.
In an interview with CNN, Al Thani stated that Qatar’s position regarding the Assad regime remains unchanged. He clarified that Qatar had clearly articulated its stance when the decision was made to reinstate the regime into the Arab League. He emphasized that they could not witness the ongoing suffering of the Syrian people while granting concessions for the regime’s return and normalization.
Al Thani highlighted that Doha’s position remains consistent, rejecting any tolerance for war criminals. He stressed that the only viable path forward is to achieve a political solution in accordance with the solutions outlined by the international community, particularly United Nations Security Council Resolution No. 2254, which emphasizes political transformation and a political resolution.
The Secretary-General of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC), Haytham Rahmeh, lauded the steadfast support of the sisterly State of Qatar for the Syrian people and their cause. He commended Qatar’s unwavering commitment to defending the rights of the Syrian people and their legitimate demands for freedom, dignity, and democracy.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)