Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Egypt urged Qatar to stop funding terrorist groups and to respect the rights of migrant workers.
This came during a speech by the three countries in front of the UN Human Rights Council at a meeting of the human rights situation in Qatar.
In a speech to the council on Wednesday, Saudi Arabia urged Qatar to take the necessary measures to allow media platforms to stop financing terrorist groups and allow them to disseminate fanatical ideas.
The kingdom also demanded that Qatar citizens and expatriates working in Qatar be removed from obstacles preventing Hajj and Umrah from performing.
Saudi Arabia expressed its deep concern about the tragic human condition of hundreds of Qatar families, as the Qatar government exposed members of the clan to discriminate from the members of the clan by citizenship, the possession of their money and property and the forced displacement of their displacement.
Bahrain urged Doha to take urgent steps to lift all obstacles of migrant workers, to access justice and to take necessary measures to ensure that they are protected against exploitation and exploitation. He also urged the government of Qatar to take out the wages of migrant workers in time and punish the violators.
In the UN Human Rights Council’s Qatar Review, Bahrain also urged the Qatar government to implement reforms to improve the contract system to improve worker recruitment procedures and to intensify efforts to prevent forced labor.
He also called on Qatar authorities to fully implement the National Action Plan Against Trafficking and ensure that victims reach justice.
Egypt urged Qatar to take steps to cut any form of communication with individuals, organizations and terrorists or extremists, and to stop providing them with material or moral support.
He also called on Qatar, Qatar or abroad to abandon various forms of support for media platforms that spread hate speech and justify violence or incentives towards it.
Egypt urged Qatari authorities to end all arrests and to make them disappear against a number of Qatari citizens, including members of the ruling family.
The Egyptian representative pledged the International Covenant to adopt Qatar, the International Covenant on the Protection of the Rights of Members of All Migrant Employees and their Family and the fight against violence against women, including immigrant women.
Egypt also urged Qatari officials to take urgent measures to prevent the arbitrary deprivation of some Qatari citizens and to restore their nationality.