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Ownership: Faeser left alone: ​​Human rights officer waived a co -trip according to Qatar

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The human rights officer Luise Amtsberg waived her originally planned co -trip with Interior Minister Nancy Faeser (SPD) on Monday to Qatar. The latest developments would have illustrated how difficult it was in the run-up to the World Cup to "conduct the open and critical discussions I planned and also critical discussions about the human rights situation in Qatar," said Amtsberg on Sunday.

Luise Amtsberg (Bündnis 90/Die Grünen), Menschenrechtsbeauftragte der Bundesregierung, nimmt an einer Konferenz teil. © dpa Luise Amtsberg (Bündnis 90/Die Grünen), human rights officer of the Federal Government, takes part in a conference.

therefore decided to take the trip at a later date. Faeser had previously caused outrageous reactions from the Emirat and other Golf monarchies with criticism of the World Cup host. The Federal Minister of the Interior, which was also responsible for sports, had said the ARD magazine "Monitor" with a view to the World Cup host country and the human rights situation there: "For us as a federal government, this is a totally difficult award." It would be better to "not in such States is awarded, ”she added.

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On Friday, according to the Foreign Ministry in Doha, Qatar had ordered the German ambassador. On Saturday, the golf monarchies rejected Katar in a joint explanation of Faeser's statements as "interference in the internal affairs". Amtsberg literally said: "The developments this weekend made it clear to me how difficult it is in the current situation in the run -up to the World Cup to have the open and critical discussions about the human rights situation in Qatar with the Qatarian government."

As a human rights officer, however, this environmental environment was decisive for her, she justified her waiver of the upcoming journey. "Katar's growing role as a regional and global player takes note of, the international pressure and our efforts for the protection of human rights also remain central to the World Cup," added the government officer.

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