French Foreign Ministry meets with minister's assistant for foreign affairs
The meeting, held in Paris, particularly focused on strengthening the economic relations and growing collaborations in different industries.
Ambassador Bonnafont noted the strong bilateral relations between the two nations as well as the kingdom of Bahrain’s efforts in supporting the developing relationship.
Human rights and the development of protecting those rights as specified in the reform project of the king and an initiative originated by the government was discussed between Al Dossari and the ambassador at large for human rights, Patrizianna Sparacino-Thiellay. The two dignitaries discussed creating and meeting sustainable goals in the area of protecting the dignity of the people.
The kingdom of Bahrain has assisted in developing political, civil and religious freedoms in an effort to support tolerance of differences, openness and respect for everyone. The kingdom also maintains a commitment to the protection of human rights and strong relationships with internal organizations who work toward bettering the lives of residents.
The kingdom of Bahrain has finished the legal and preemptive structure by initiating and supporting the independence of the National Institution for Human Rights according to the Paris Principles and the establishment of the Bureau for Complaints and Grievances of the Ministry of Interior, the Prisoners and Detainees Rights Commission and an independent unit of investigation at the Public Prosecution.
In addition, the kingdom has begun educational programs to support tolerances and morals of nationwide unity and harmonious coexistence among all civilizations, cultures, and religions.
Sparacino-Thiellay highlighted the most significant accomplishments in the area of human rights and praised those efforts during the meeting.