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Society for Human Rights in Saudi Arabia denies Qatari Human Rights Commission allegations

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The National Society for Human Rights in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is following up allegations made by the Qatari National Human Rights Committee regarding the violation of the rights of visitors and other of Qatari citizens in the Kingdom.

While it firmly denies them, the society wishes to recall and affirm that it had already verified that authorities in the Kingdom are implementing the royal orders to enable visitors and others of the Qatari citizenship who need to enter or leave the Kingdom to exercise their rights in full within the framework of the applicable regulations in force in this regard, in addition to the existence of a special committee to consider and deal with the emergency humanitarian situations.

The society affirms that these instructions, procedures and humanitarian steps taken by the competent authorities in the Kingdom preserve and safeguard the rights of all, including visiting Qatari nationals and others and hope that those Qatari citizens who have complaints will communicate with it to consider and deal with their complaints in accordance with applicable regulations.