Qatar informed the UN Security Council and the Secretary-General of the United Nations about air violations by 4 Bahraini fighter jets that penetrated Qatari airspace on the 9th of this month.
Alia Ahmed bin Saif Al Thani, the permanent representative to the United Nations, sent a letter to the President of the Security Council for this month, the permanent representative of South Africa, Ambassador Jerry Matjela, and to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, a letter that included official notification from the government of the State of Qatar that the Bahraini military aircraft had penetrated the area. Air force of the State of Qatar over Qatari territorial waters.
The letter expressed the State of Qatar’s strong condemnation of these violations as a violation of its sovereignty, territorial integrity and security, noting that these violations are blatantly inconsistent with the obligations of the Kingdom of Bahrain under international law, and that these violations are an escalation that raises tension in the region, which Bahrain contributed to the increase of During her participation in what she described as the unjust blockade, and unjust illegal and unjustified actions on the State of Qatar.
The message noted that these violations are not the first by Bahraini military aircraft of the airspace of the State of Qatar, and stressed that the recurrence of these incidents indicates a disregard for international obligations on the part of the Kingdom of Bahrain that cannot be tolerated.
It called on Bahrain to refrain from these provocative and irresponsible acts, and to abide by the United Nations Charter, international law, international agreements and the provisions of the International Court of Justice.
In the message, the State of Qatar appealed to the United Nations to take the necessary measures in accordance with the provisions of the Charter. To put an end to these Bahraini violations in order to maintain international and regional peace, security and stability.
In conclusion, the message affirmed the Government of Qatar’s keenness to maintain good neighborly relations and to exercise utmost restraint while preserving its full right to respond to any violations, in line with its legitimate sovereign right, and that it will take the necessary measures to defend its borders, airspace, maritime and national security. In accordance with the provisions of international law and the United Nations Charter.