Qatar denounces Emirati ruling in 'intelligence' case
August 12 2020 01:37 AM
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QNA/Doha

Qatar has rejected and denounced the UAE Federal Court of Appeal's upholding of a life imprisonment sentence given to Omani citizen Abdullah al-Shamsi in the alleged case of intelligence sharing, as a ruling that contradicts justice and facts.
In a statement Tuesday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed that these accusations are unfounded, have no basis in reality or law, and contradict the policy of Qatar towards all countries, adding that the State of Qatar rejects and strongly condemns this false accusation.
The statement said this ruling is based on reasons that have nothing to do with law, but rather for well-known other reasons. "It also reveals the unacceptable behaviour of the Emirati authorities that affects the rights of the Gulf citizen and violates the commitment to the rules and principles of respect for relations between countries."



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