Qatar’s National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) Chairman Dr Ali bin Smaikh al-Marri met with UN Special Rapporteur Idriss Jazairy on the negative impact of the unilateral coercive measures by the blockading countries on Qatar, at the UN headquarters in Geneva yesterday.
During the meeting, Dr al-Marri gave the Special Rapporteur all the reports and complaints that the NHRC has monitored so far as a result of the siege on Qatar.
The NHRC chairman said that the committee has documented a large number of violations on the siege counties, which led to the prevention of Qatari citizens to travel or check on their property in those countries, causing the loss of investments.
Dr al-Marri called for activation of necessary mechanisms to strengthen accountability, whether through the United Nations or other
For his part, the Special Rapporteur promised to take the necessary measures in accordance with his terms of reference.
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