WATCH: Two years on, Qatar stronger than ever

WATCH: Two years on, Qatar stronger than ever

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On June 5th, 2017, Qatar awoke to the news that several neighbouring countries has embarked on an unjust blockade against the State of Qatar and its people. 

Now, two years later, Qatar continues to show it's strength against all odds, achieving major milestones that have earned both praise and respect from global entities and world leaders alike.

 

From the launch of Qatar's own dairy producing farm, Baladna Park, to the opening of the much praised National Museum of Qatar, and from the sporting achievements of the Qatar National Football team who brought home the Asian Cup, to the launch of the Doha Metro. It's been two years of leaping forward for the country that refuses to be bullied. 

What has been Qatar's greatest achievement in the last two years? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

 

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By anda1234• 1 year 3 months ago.
anda1234

Agree with the headline of the article.

Proud expat.

By Spruce• 1 year 3 months ago.
Spruce

Blockade? What blockade?

All advantages resulting from that blockade benefited this humble country and it's leaders.

Proud expat here!

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