علي-السليطي-سمول

Word from the Ambassador H.E Ali Bin Hamad Al-Sulaiti

I would like to extend my sincere thanks and appreciation to the visitors of the website of the mission of the State of Qatar in the Islamic Republic of Iran, which is an interactive portal between you and us, which contributes to creating a strong relationship and helps us to provide all possible services to Qatari citizens coming to Iran. An effective contribution to playing a pioneering role is an information guide aimed at introducing the services of the Embassy and a profile of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Our services include several important information about Iran, the bilateral relations between the two countries as well as the contact numbers with our embassy and a tourist information guide in this country.

We hope that this site will achieve the desired benefit. We also hope that you will contact our embassy if you have any questions or queries. Thank you for your cooperation.

 


Ambassador

Ali Bin Hamad Bin Ali Al-Sulaiti

Ambassador of the State of Qatar to Islamic Republic of Iran

Birth Date and location: 16/05/1958 Doha

Date of Appointment at the ministry: 31/07/2013

Current Diplomatic Degree: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the Ministry's Office as of 31/07/2013

Operational experience: Amiri Air Force

Current Social: Married with 7 children (4 males and 3 females)


Academic Qualification and Date

  • Bachelor of Air Sciences - King Faisal Air College (September 1981)
  • Master of Military Sciences - Command and Staff College in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (June 1994)
  • War College of Maxwell (Alabama) in the United States of America (June 2001)

Positions

  • Operations Commander, 7th Squadron (1st Fighter Wing)
  • Commander of the 11th Squadron (1st Fighter Squadron)
  • Commander of the Air Operations Center
  • Operations and Training Manager
  • Appointed Deputy Commander of Amiri Air Force from July 2005 until August 2013.

Training courses

Specialized training courses in the field of aviation in the United States of America, France, Britain and Saudi Arabia.