Qatar holds military talks with Iraq
Al-Ghanim met Thursday with Iraqi Air Defense Commander Jabbar Obaid Kazem Al-Daraji, Deputy Commander of the Iraqi Air Force Falah Fares Al-Azerij and their accompanying delegation as part of their current visit to Qatar.
During the meeting, they reviewed the military relations between the two countries and means of enhancing them. The meeting was attended by senior officers of the Qatari Armed Forces.
Earlier on Wednesday, al-Ghanim met with the naval and air military attaché at the Moroccan embassy in Doha, Mohammed al-Bahri.
The Defense Ministry said in a statement that during the meeting, "discuss military relations between the two sides and ways to strengthen and develop."
The State of Qatar has been in diplomatic relations with the Kingdom of Morocco since 1972, culminating in the signing of a number of military, economic and scientific agreements.
After Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt boycotted Qatar on 5 June 2017 for allegedly supporting terrorism, which Qatar denied, Morocco chose what it called "constructive neutrality" between the parties.