Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt imposed an economic blockade against Qatar in June last year.
The direct import from the supporting countries has been assisted by dedicated personnel and has brought about a change in the buying culture of companies.
The siege countries mobilised all their energies to thwart Qatar's candidate to the post of Unesco secretary general, thus causing the Arabs to lose an important position they always dreamed of ...
This came in a statement presented by the Permanent Mission of Qatar to the United Nations Office at Geneva on Wednesday at the 37th Human Rights Council session.
Dr Ali bin Smaikh al-Marri explained the most important repercussions of the siege and its grave human rights violations, in the absence of any intention by the siege countries to resolve the crisis.
“Several patients are coming from the Gulf states. We are not closing the doors on them. We welcome everyone to come and get treated here,” Dr Mohamed Ussama al-Homsi said.
HE Dr Ali bin Smaikh al-Marri called on the government to move swiftly on international and regional forums to end the injustice against the victims.
The Al Thumama Health Centre (HC) in Doha has provided medical services to more 8,150 nationals of the siege countries since the start of the blockade in June, according to local Arabic daily Arrayah.
Qatar National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) has noted with great concern the escalation of the discourse of hatred and incitement to violence against Qatar and citizens and residents of Qatar by some media outlets, including social media sites in the siege countries.
Dr Ali bin Smaikh al-Marri presented a detailed explanation of the grave and growing humanitarian consequences caused by the siege imposed by the Saudi-led bloc.