The National Committee for Human Rights in the State of Qatar welcomed the Al-Ula declaration issued by the Supreme Council of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, “Sultan Qaboos and Sheikh Sabah Summit”, which was held on Tuesday in the Saudi city of Al-Ula regarding strengthening the unity of ranks, cohesion among the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council, and the return of joint Gulf action Back to normal.
The committee praised the positive atmosphere and official statements at the summit’s press conference regarding the Gulf reconciliation and the closure of the crisis file, and also welcomed the opening of the airspace and the land and sea borders by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The Qatar News Agency reported that “as the National Human Rights Committee considers this announcement a fundamental step in the right direction towards resolving the Gulf crisis and the total lifting of the measures resulting from it, it reminds all parties of their responsibilities towards addressing the effects of the restrictions imposed by the crisis, especially in the field of individual and group rights,” This contributes to supporting the aspirations of the Gulf peoples towards stability, peace and respect for human rights. “
The National Human Rights Committee also urges the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf to intensify efforts to establish effective mechanisms for mediation and conflict resolution among its members in order to achieve protection for the rights of the Gulf peoples and to ensure that what happened will not be repeated.
The committee affirmed that the bitter experience that the Gulf region has experienced necessitates serious thinking about the concerted efforts of governments, national human rights institutions and civil society organizations to face the challenges surrounding the region and spare people the scourge of political crises, by establishing a comprehensive dialogue to present proposals and initiatives that enhance support for Gulf cohesion, peace and harmony. Civil.