- A local business man in Qatar is attempting to import 4000 dairy cows by plane
- The cows will take up to 60 flights to be flown in
- This comes after diplomatic, economic and transport ties were cut to Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and United Arab Emirates
A local businessman is planning to execute the biggest airlift of cattle attempted ever.
The man, in an attempt to solve Qatar supply demand over milk, he is attempting to airlift 4000 Holstein dairy cows.
Power International Holding chairman Moutaz Al Khayyat said it would take as many as 60 flights to deliver the cattle.
According to the Guardian, the attempt comes as Qatar is trying to open an air and sea bridge through Iran, Turkey and port facilities in Oman.
The local businessman had initially planed to ship in the cows.
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Diplomatic, economic and transport ties have been cut off with Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and United Arab Emirates since June 5, after they accused Doha of supporting extremist groups.
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