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Brussels is shocked, the Qatargate SCANDAL deepens/ Prestigious foreign media reveals serious details: High officials traveled free of charge in "business class" with Qatar Airways
Written by SOT.COM.AL 28 Shkurt 2023
The European Union is still in the vortex of Qatargate. Today, a new review is expected for the release from prison of Eva Kaili and Mark Tarabella, while at the same time, new details of the case that shocked the European Parliament have come to light.
According to Politico, a senior Commission official in the transport sector was given free travel by the Qatari government while his team was negotiating a major aviation deal vital to the airline.
Henrik Hololei, director general of the European Commission's transport department, flew nine times for free in business class on Qatar Airways between 2015 and 2021, according to details obtained by Politico.
Six of the free flights took place while the deal was being drawn up for Qatar Airways' access to the European market. Within the EU, a campaign has already been launched to continue with the investigations for this specific case.
Hololei, as reported by Politico, declined to comment. A Commission spokesman defended Hololei's decision to accept free Qatar Airways flights.
In January 2017, several months after Hololei's team at the Commission began working on Qatari airlines, Hololei agreed to travel with Qatar Airways from Brussels to Doha, and again his trips were paid for by the Qatari government, according to the documents.
The final deal gave Qatar-based airlines, including Qatar Airways, landing rights to most EU destinations. In return, EU Airlines received reciprocal rights to a market of less than 3 million people, but through a Doha airport hub strategically located between major European and Asian destinations.
The Commission spokesman said Hololei's visit to Qatar was not part of the EU-Qatar air transport negotiations, adding that he was "never part" of the team that negotiated the deal.
However, Hololei headed the department dealing with the negotiations and has consistently promoted cooperation with Qatar to the public.
In February 2019, he praised the "honest engagement and open dialogue" between Qatar and the EU, and in June 2019 he met Qatar's Minister of Transport, Jassim Saif Ahmed al-Sulaiti where they discussed relations between the Commission and Qatar in Civil Aviation and Transport sectors.
Politico's investigation follows revelations that Qatar and Morocco allegedly paid large sums to bribe EU lawmakers to serve their interests in the European Parliament.
The investigation has targeted senior Brussels officials, including current and former MPs and their staff.