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 Iraq is on the line of the Saudi-Canadian crisis

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PostSubject: Iraq is on the line of the Saudi-Canadian crisis   Wed Aug 08, 2018 11:10 am

Iraq is on the line of the Saudi-Canadian crisis

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"Iraq is following with great concern the tension in the relationship between Saudi Arabia and Canada against the background of Riyadh arrest of human rights activists," he said.

"It expresses its deep regret for this development," the statement said. "It calls on the two sides to overcome this stage, to give priority to the supreme interests of the two countries, to evoke the long history of positive relations and the need to respect the mutual sovereignty between the two countries."

"While we see that the sovereignty of countries and human rights are urgent, the difficult circumstances surrounding the region, the world, the ever-growing tensions and the growth of terrorism are no less important and necessary for the protection of international peace and security."

Saudi Arabia stopped its direct flights to Toronto, Canada's largest city, after Canada called on the kingdom to release women's rights activists.

Saudi Arabia also froze trade and new investments with Canada and expelled its ambassador for what it described as "interference" in the kingdom's internal affairs.

Canada responded to the Saudi measures as "continuing to support human rights".

Among the detainees are defenders of the rights of American human rights activist Samar Badawi, the sister of the Saudi blogger detained in Saudi Arabia, Raif Badawi.

Most of the detained human rights activists face serious charges including "employment for external forces", which could result in up to 20 years' imprisonment.

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