HRC Chief Says Saudi Arabia is Dedicated to Achieving the Highest Standards for Human Rights Protection

HRC Chief Says Saudi Arabia is Dedicated to Achieving the Highest Standards for Human Rights Protection

According to the Saudi Press Agency, the president of the Saudi Human Rights Commission (HRC) declared on Thursday that the Kingdom was still dedicated to achieving the greatest levels of worldwide recognition for the defense and advancement of human rights.

The promise, according to Hala bint Mazyed Al-Tuwaijri, was founded on the nation’s strongly held beliefs and ideals, as well as the leadership’s unwavering dedication to putting the welfare of people first.

Al-Tuwaijri made these comments as Saudi Arabia was attending a session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva to endorse the findings of the Universal Periodic Review mechanism’s fourth cycle.

Al-Tuwaijri, who led the Kingdom’s delegation to the meeting, emphasized the government’s close collaboration with the review mechanism, which is an essential instrument that the Human Rights Council uses to advance human rights throughout the world.

She emphasized that the cornerstone of any state-to-state cooperation on human rights matters should be equality, communication, cooperation, neutrality, objectivity, and transparency.

She added that Saudi Arabia showed a sincere commitment to human rights by accepting more than 80% of the recommendations from the fourth cycle of the Universal Periodic Review.

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