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Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad Travel to Afghanistan, Bulgaria, Norway, Pakistan, and Qatar

Office of the Spokesperson U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad departed on July 24 for travel to Doha, Islamabad, Kabul, Oslo, and Sofia. In Doha and Kabul, Ambassador Khalilzad will press for resolution of the remaining issues ahead of intra-Afghan negotiations, specifically final prisoner exchanges and reduced violence. In Islamabad, Ambassador Khalilzad ...
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COVID-19 Information

Country-Specific Information The government of Qatar has confirmed that there are active COVID-19 cases in the country. The government of Qatar has announced that the Ehteraz application must installed on smartphones when leaving the home. There are limits on how many people may be allowed in a car at one time. Sports may only be ...
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U.S. Embassy Doha Warning against scam calls promising fake scholarships

The U.S. Embassy in Doha has been made aware of a recurring fraud scheme in which scammers call or email people, claiming to be working with U.S. embassies and Qatari embassies worldwide,  soliciting payment for U.S. educational opportunities or legal assistance with problems related to one’s previous educational programs in the U.S.  Furthermore, scammers claim that the U.S. ...
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COVID-19 Information

Country-Specific Information The government of Qatar has confirmed that there are active COVID-19 cases in the country. The government of Qatar is encouraging teleworking in most government agencies. All schools and universities are suspended, though online learning may be continuing depending on the school. Pharmacies and grocery stores remain open. The government of Qatar has ...
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COVID-19 Information

Country-Specific Information The government of Qatar has confirmed that there are active COVID-19 cases in the country. The government of Qatar is encouraging teleworking in most government agencies. All schools and universities are suspended, though online learning may be continuing depending on the school. Pharmacies and grocery stores remain open. The government of Qatar has ...
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