June 5, 2023

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Sheikh Latifa's new statements .. Dubai ruler's daughter pledges to UN and appeals to media

Sheikh Latifa’s new statements .. Dubai ruler’s daughter pledges to UN and appeals to media

Sheikh Latifa, the daughter of the ruler of Dubai, met with the Commissioner for Human Rights in Paris and insisted that she do what she wanted and enjoy complete freedom in terms of travel and mobility, British newspapers reported.

And published two newspapers Telegraph And thisDaily Mail Sheikh Latifa’s statements following her meeting with High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet in Paris.

In front of the Galeries Lafayette store in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, the most valuable neighborhood of the French capital, a picture of Princess Latifa, next to Princess Bachelet, with a slight smile, was posted on Twitter by the United Nations Office of Human Rights.

Commenting on the photo, the UN office said: “Michelle Bachelet met with Sheikh Latifa, the daughter of the ruler of Dubai, at her request.

Representatives of Sheikh Latifah released a statement on the purpose of the meeting, which the network says “confirms Sheikh’s right to his personal life, following a series of media speculations about him”. Sky News British, quoting them.

“I want to make it clear that Latifa lives her life, travels as she pleases, that she is fine and that the media wants to allow her to live in peace,” the statement said.

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In videos released by the British media in mid-February 2021, a year ago, Sheikh Latifa made headlines following his statement that he had been held “hostage” and feared for his life.

The daughter of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the ruler of the Emirate of Dubai and Prime Minister of the Emirates, failed to flee her country in a boat in 2018 and was forced to return, the AFP reported.

Following that, Sheka’s relatives released videos in which he said he was locked in a “prison-turned-villa” whose windows were blocked and a guard was placed over him.

These relatives confirmed that his message had been cut off from them.

Sheka’s case quickly drew the attention of voluntary organizations, including the High Commission on Human Rights and Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and the British Foreign Office.

The authorities demanded evidence that Sheka was still alive. After that, Emirati officials confirmed that he was fine and that he had not been arrested or detained.