Qatar Cabinet okays decision to grant individual residency permits, without recruiters, to certain categories
Qatar’s Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs HE Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al Thani, chaired the Cabinet’s regular meeting on Wednesday, where a draft decision regarding granting residence permits to individuals without a recruiter to certain categories was approved.
In the meeting held at the Amiri Diwan, the Cabinet considered various topics on the agenda. The Cabinet was briefed on the Shura Council’s approval of a draft law amending some provisions of the Trade Law promulgated by Law No. 27 of 2006.
The Cabinet took necessary measures to ratify:
1. An MoU for cooperation in the field of sports between Qatar and the Kyrgyz Republic.
2. A cooperation agreement between Qatar and the Kyrgyz Republic in the field of veterinary medicine.
3. An MoU for cooperation in the field of youth between Qatar and Tajikistan.
4. An agreement for cooperation in the legal field between Qatar and El Salvador.
5. An agreement for cooperation in the legal field between Qatar and Nepal.
The cabinet also approved a draft MoU for cooperation in the field of higher education between Qatar and Cyprus.
The Cabinet reviewed the following topics and took appropriate decisions:
- The annual report for 2022 on the results of the work of the Competition Protection and Antimonopoly Committee.
- Two reports on the results of the ninth ministerial meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and the sixth session of the General Assembly of the Islamic Organization for Food Security (IOFS).
- A report on the results of the sixth session of the Qatari-Kazakh Joint Higher Committee.
- A report on the results of Minister of Environment and Climate Change’s visit to Algeria.
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