Bahrain sent a message to the Security Council and the United Nations, in which it said that Qatar’s allegations regarding the penetration of 4 Bahraini fighter jets into Qatari airspace on the ninth of this month are untrue.
The permanent representative of Bahrain to the United Nations sent a letter to the President of the Security Council and to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, in which he said that “the false Qatari allegations that 4 Bahraini fighter jets infiltrated Qatar’s airspace are unfortunate and unrelated to the truth.”
Bahrain’s message considered that the Qatari allegations aim to destabilize security in the region.
The letter added that it is the first for Qatar to pay attention to its crisis of continuing its hostile behavior, its support for terrorism and its interference in the internal affairs of neighboring countries, she said.
Bahrain appealed – in its message – to the United Nations to take the necessary measures to stop what it described as the hostile Qatari practices.
Bahrain said it would continue to seek peaceful solutions, in accordance with international conventions and the principles of good neighborliness.
The Qatari permanent representative to the United Nations, Alia bint Ahmed bin Saif Al Thani, sent a letter to the President of the Security Council and the Secretary-General of the United Nations, which included official notification from the government of Qatar, that Bahraini military aircraft had penetrated Qatar’s airspace over Qatari territorial waters.
The letter expressed Qatar’s strong condemnation of these violations as a violation of its sovereignty, territorial integrity and security, noting that these violations are an escalation that raises tension in the region, which Bahrain has contributed to increasing, through its participation in what it described as the unjust blockade, unlawful and unjustified actions against the state. Diameter.
The Qatari message warned that these violations are not the first by Bahraini military aircraft over 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.