Bahraini Embassy in Britain Met Amnesty on Day of Issuing Report
2017-09-15 - 8:07 م
Bahrain Mirror: The Embassy of the Kingdom of Bahrain to the United Kingdom said that the Amnesty International report issued on September 7 contained "allegations and false conclusions", stating that in fact it has so far held 9 meetings with it, at the rate of one meeting a month, the last of which was on September 7, 2017.
First Secretary at the Embassy to the United Kingdom Fahad Al Bin Ali said that the report contained a number of fallacious claims and allegations as well as unreliable information that do not reflect facts on the ground on human rights reality in the kingdom of Bahrain.
"The Embassy of the Kingdom of Bahrain to the United Kingdom has accorded great importance to its relations with amnesty International and opted for direct interaction with it for a long period in order to explain to it what is really going on and inform it of the latest developments. For clarification, the Embassy of the Kingdom has held continuous meetings with the officials of Amnesty International. In fact it has so far held 9 meetings with it, at the rate of one meeting a month, the last of which was on September 7, 2017," he went on to say.
He continued "the Embassy has been keen to supply Amnesty International with replies and answers regarding the specific issues it brought up, provided it with data and documents, whether on individual cases or on human rights developments in Bahrain."
The embassy concluded its statement stressing on "the importance of need to keep its positive relations going on with Amnesty International," urging the organization to be "keener to double check the veracity of the information it reaches and the credibility of its sources in order to make sure its statements and reports on the situation in Bahrain remain neutral."
التعليقات المنشورة لا تعبر بالضرورة عن رأي الموقع
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