A total of 15 members of parliament (MPs) signed yesterday a petition demanding UK Prime Minister Theresa May to strive for an immediate lifting of the siege against Qatar and encourage the countries blockading the country to respond to Kuwaiti mediation efforts aimed at resolving the crisis.A UK parliamentary delegation which visited Doha during September 27-29 last year called on the British government to compel the siege countries to lift their blockade of Qatar and respond to Kuwaiti mediation efforts. While submitting their conclusions regarding the visit to Doha, they urged Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to persuade his counterparts in the siege countries to ease measures taken against Qatar in order to put an end to the human rights violations resulting from eight months of the siege.
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