The Advisory Council welcomed the decision of the European Parliament last Thursday, which affirmed that human rights violations were caused by the unjust siege imposed by the Saudi led quartet on Qatar.
In a statement on Sunday, the Advisory Council praised the decision of the European Parliament which coincided with the first anniversary of the imposition of the unjust siege on Qatar, and considered it a reaffirmation of the fact that the unjust siege was a flagrant violation of human rights and all laws governing religions, customs and good relations between countries.
The Advisory Council considered the decision of the European Union a victory for the right and justice and an important step that must be followed by further measures to lift the siege on Qatar and stop the illegal and immoral procedures and practices of the blockading countries against Qatar and its people.
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