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Qatari Foreign Minister: The UAE has surrounded us because of a woman

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Qatari Foreign Minister: The UAE has surrounded us because of a woman

Post by rocky on Fri 12 Jan 2018, 3:16 am

Qatari Foreign Minister: The UAE has surrounded us because of a woman

Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani has revealed that the UAE had asked Qatar two months before the Gulf crisis to hand over the wife of a UAE opposition resident in Doha.
"Prior to the Gulf crisis, any marginal disputes resolved their time within a bilateral framework, but two months before the crisis, we monitored attacks from the UAE media, and we continued to solve problems with them," Al Thani said during televised remarks. couple".
"Abu Dhabi has requested the extradition of an Emirati opposition wife residing in Doha, and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed sent envoys to Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani in 2015 to demand the extradition of women," he said.
He added: "Prince Tamim refused to extradite the woman because she is not wanted in a criminal offense, and this will be a violation of international law and the Qatari Constitution. Article 58 of the Constitution prohibits us from handing over any refugees for political reasons. Our ethics as Arabs and our traditions as two Gulfs do not allow us to hand over women. .
"When we raised the issue of media attacks, the UAE reintroduced the subject of the opposition's wife and showed that in exchange for its extradition, the media attacks are stopped," he said, adding that " .
"Prince Tamim reiterated his position not to extradite women, as she did not violate the conditions of residency in Qatar, to respond to the second that bilateral coordination will stop completely."
In a related context, the Qatari minister revealed that "investigations into the crime of piracy of the Qatar News Agency, proved the involvement of two countries of the blockade in this crime refused to mention their names," pointing out that "will be legal action against them." Finished




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