Despite the recording of human rights violations against the State of Qatar, including the denial of the rights of workers who were hired as security guards for the FIFA World Cup organized by it, and the lack of justice for the violations they suffered during the tournament by the Qatari government.

The Iraqi government has signed strategic cooperation agreements with it, related to investment in the field of oil, gas and renewable energy, as well as trade, industry and security consultation, as well as cooperation measures in the field of climate and environment.

NIHR has previously stressed the need for the Iraqi government to ensure that the record of countries with which it cooperates is free of human rights violations and restriction of freedoms, and the organization considers the government’s failure to take this into account in concluding its agreements as a repudiation of its obligations to the provisions of international conventions and treaties related to human rights.




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