Official praises KSA’s commitment to human rights

Official praises KSA’s commitment to human rights
Updated 04 August 2018

Official praises KSA’s commitment to human rights

Official praises KSA’s commitment to human rights

JEDDAH: Mohammad Al-Muadi, the official spokesman of the Human Rights Commission in Saudi Arabia, announced that the Kingdom has fulfilled all of its obligations to international human rights conventions.
It is one of 36 states, out of a total of 197, that has done so proving, he said, the country’s commitment to human rights, as led by King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Al-Muadi stressed that Saudi Arabia’s commitment to cooperation with regional and international human rights organizations stems from Shariah, which calls for respect for all and the protection of their rights.