“TRENDS calls for a European strategy to curb the Qatari funding for terrorism”
Al Khaleej reports:
TRENDS has called for an effective and coordinated European role and strategy to rein in Qatar’s funding and support for extremist and terrorist organizations and compel them to abide by the international community’s decisions on combating this dangerous phenomenon at a conference in Brussels on Tuesday.
The conference was held at the Press Club in Brussels and led by Richard Burchill, Director of Research and Engagement at TRENDS, and Roberta Bonazi, Founder and President of the European Foundation for Democracy.
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