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Qatar renews its support for the construction of the institutional state and the rule of law of the brotherly Somali people

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  The State of Qatar affirmed its support for the brotherly Somali people to build a state of institutions and the rule of law which guarantees Somalis all their rights and respect for the sovereignty independence unity and territorial integrity of Somalia This follows from the statement of the State of Qatar delivered by the Third Secretary in the Permanent Mission in Geneva Abdulaziz Al Mansoori before the UN Human Rights Council UNHRC in its 51st session during the interactive dialogue with the Independent Expert about the situation Human Rights in Somalia under item 10 of the council s agenda Al Mansoori thanked the Independent Experts for welcoming the Somali Government s constructive cooperation with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights international human rights mechanisms and with the Independent Expert during her visit to the country He also noted that Qatar s efforts resulted in the rehabilitation and reconstruction of many vital facilities and buildings as well as the implementation of many projects in the fields of education health youth employment and flood relief response and droughts He also mentioned the memorandum of understanding recently signed by the Qatar Fund for Development QFFD with the Ministry of Education Culture and Higher Education of Somalia to support the Education Above All Foundation to provide quality primary education to more than 57 thousand Somali children from school Al Mansoori called on the international community to continue providing humanitarian and development support and technical assistance to enhance the capacity building of Somali human rights institutions to implement their national and international commitments
Qatar renews its support for the construction of the institutional state and the rule of law of the brotherly Somali people

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The State of Qatar affirmed its support for the brotherly Somali people to build a state of institutions and the rule of law, which guarantees Somalis all their rights and respect for the sovereignty, independence, unity and territorial integrity of Somalia.

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This follows from the statement of the State of Qatar delivered by the Third Secretary in the Permanent Mission in Geneva Abdulaziz Al Mansoori, before the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in its 51st session, during the interactive dialogue with the Independent Expert about the situation.

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Human Rights in Somalia, under item 10 of the council’s agenda.

Al Mansoori thanked the Independent Experts for welcoming the Somali Government’s constructive cooperation with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, international human rights mechanisms and with the Independent Expert during her visit to the country.

He also noted that Qatar’s efforts resulted in the rehabilitation and reconstruction of many vital facilities and buildings, as well as the implementation of many projects in the fields of education, health, youth employment, and flood relief response and droughts.

He also mentioned the memorandum of understanding recently signed by the Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD) with the Ministry of Education, Culture and Higher Education of Somalia to support the Education Above All Foundation to provide quality primary education to more than 57 thousand Somali children.

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Al Mansoori called on the international community to continue providing humanitarian and development support and technical assistance to enhance the capacity building of Somali human rights institutions to implement their national and international commitments.

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