Amnesty International declares that it will not participate in the Saudi “G20” because of “human rights” ..

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Amnesty International announced on Tuesday that it will not participate in the activities of the G20 summit held by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 2020, attributing the reason to what it described as the “dark human rights record” in the Kingdom, as she put it.

This came in a statement by the organization published on its official page on the social networking site, Twitter, and said: “Amnesty International and with it more than 220 civil society organizations from around the world announce that they will not help the Saudi government to wash its grim record on human rights by hosting events. G-20. Therefore, we all declare that we do not participate in these events .. ”

The name of Amnesty International was not mentioned in the statement of the international organizations participating in the summit, according to the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs, who said in a tweet: “The World Health Organization, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank Group, the United Nations, the Food and Agriculture Organization, the Council of Financial stability, the International Labor Organization, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and the World Trade Organization. ”

The Saudi Foreign Ministry added: “Regional organizations represent the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in its capacity as President of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and the Republic of South Africa in its capacity as President of the African Union and the United Arab Emirates as President of the Cooperation Council for the Arab Gulf States and the Republic of Rwanda in its capacity as President of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development.”

The announcement of Amnesty International sparked responses among activists on social media, including the martyrdom of a number of tweeters with previous statements by the Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Adel Al-Jubeir, in an interview with the German DW Channel, in which he said: “If you look at education, health care and the level of life. These are all human rights. ”

Below we show you a number of what activists have circulated on social media:





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