Finance surprised expatriates in Qatar
Finance surprised expatriates in Qatar

The Qatari Minister of Finance surprised all expatriates in Qatar, with a harsh decision and an unexpected thing, during an interview with the Qatari news channel, the repercussions and contents of the dialogue that was broadcast by Al-Jazeera yesterday in a few lines, through this article via the Al-Muntasir newspaper, so follow us.

Through this interview via Al-Jazeera, the Qatari Minister of Finance Ali Sharif Al-Emadi said today that the government in Qatar will take strict and very severe financial measures that exceed the usual, and may be painful for expatriate workers as well, in order to combat the repercussions of the Corona Virus pandemic.

Through this dialogue, Ali Sharif Al-Emadi added in excerpts from an interview with Al-Jazeera, which was published yesterday evening that the Qatari government is exploring several options and at all levels to cope with these difficult conditions the country is going through.

Ali Sharif Al-Emadi emphasized that some of the state’s general budget expenditures should be reduced in an urgent manner. Ali Sharif Al-Emadi continued that Qatar had not previously faced such a crisis, indicating that revenues have witnessed a significant and significant decline that must be interfered with in any way.

Hence, Sharif Al-Emadi stressed that the Qatari government will put among its priorities in the current stage the preservation of the jobs of citizens in the private sector.

In addition to maintaining the continuity of basic services for citizens and expatriates in Qatar, but not also at the expense of the state treasury, expatriates may incur retroactive fees and many service fees that were exempted from them during the Corona period in the country.

So far, the Ministry of Health announced on the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera channel today that the total number of active cases under treatment has reached 15,206 cases with our infection.

Hence, she pointed out that no new deaths were recorded, so the number stabilized at 12 cases, noting that 114 cases of cure of the virus were recorded, bringing the total of those recovered to 1924 cases.

Also, the statement drew attention to the examination of 2967 people during the past 24 hours, bringing the total of those who have been tested since the virus appeared to 109762.