Commander of the Amiri Air Force Staff Major General (Pilot) Salem Hamad Aqeel al-Nabit, who is currently visiting Jordan, met the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Jordanian Armed Forces Major General Yousef Huneiti. During the meeting, they discussed aspects of joint military co-operation and co-ordination, and ways of enhancing the bilateral relations to serve the interest of the armed forces of the two countries.
Qatar’s envoy to China presents credentials
The Deputy Director-General of the Protocol Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China Wang Lutong received a copy of the credentials of Qatar’s ambassador Mohamed bin Abdullah al-Dehaimi in Beijing yesterday. The deputy director-general of the Protocol Department wished the Qatari ambassador success in his duties, and bilateral relations further development and progress.
Real estate transactions
Real estate transactions between July 28 and August 25 at the Ministry of Justice’s real estate registration department stood at QR350,154,277.
The department’s weekly report said that the trading included open plots of land, residential units, residential buildings, multipurpose building, multipurpose land and residential compound.
The list of properties that were traded by sale are located in the municipalities of Doha, Al Rayyan, Al Daayen, Umm Salal, Al Shamal, Al Khor, Al Thakhira and Al Wakrah.
The trading volume of registered real estates between July 21 to July 25 was QR230,819,645.
Mercedes-Benz GLC and E-Class models recalled
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry, in collaboration with Nasser Bin Khaled Automobiles, has announced the recall of Mercedes-Benz GLC and E-Class models of 2017-2018 over a potential incomplete tool kit in the vehicle’s trunk.
The ministry confirmed the recall campaign comes within the framework of its ongoing efforts to protect consumers and ensure that car dealers follow up on vehicle defects and repairs.
The ministry has said that it will co-ordinate with the dealer to follow up on the maintenance and repair works and will communicate with customers to ensure that the necessary repairs are carried out.
The ministry urges all customers to report any violations to its Consumer Protection and Anti-Commercial Fraud Department, which processes complaints, inquiries and suggestions through the following channels: Call Centre: 16001, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Twitter: @ MOCIQATAR, Instagram: MOCIQATAR, mobile app for Android and IOS: MOCIQATAR.