Ms. Maryam Bint Abdullah Al Attiyah, Secretary General of the National Human Rights Committee, renewed the invitation of the Committee to all affected Qatari citizens wishing to travel to the UAE to be reunited with their families, complete their education, obtain their educational records or access their properties or resort to the UAE courts, not to hesitate to contact the committee if they face any obstacles or difficulties imposed by the UAE authorities, on the following hotlines: +974 33297777 / +974 33296666, In accordance with the decision of the International Court of Justice.
Al-Attiyah noted that the National Human Rights Committee has allocated hot numbers and specialized legal researchers in anticipation of any harassment that Qataris may be subjected to before the UAE authorities. The hotline numbers are only for monitoring and documenting cases that may result from violations or attempts to circumvent the decision and denial of the rights of Qataris. Al-Attiyah pointed out that there are three other hot lines to receive complaints of violations from other countries of the blockade, other than the United Arab Emirates, namely: 0097466626663/0097450006008/0097450800006 / and called on all media to contribute to clarify the nature of these numbers to prevent any confusion for those wishing to communicate with the National Human Rights Committee.
Al-Attiyah stressed that the Committee will continue to monitor closely any attempt to put obstacles by the UAE authorities to the victims of the citizens of Qatar, stressing at the same time that the decision of the International Court of Justice was a first step in the path of justice for all victims affected by the measures and actions imposed by the rest of the countries of the blockade.