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Statement by the minister for Foreign Affairs of Denmark Villy Søvndal concerning today’s decision by the Bahraini Appeal Court
•It is positive as a starting point that the Bahraini Court has recognized that the case shall be reviewed in the civil judicial system.
•At the same time we reiterate the need for a fast humanitarian solution, as both Denmark and the international society have demanded. We hope that the Bahraini authorities based on today’s ruling will full fill this demand.
•It is of utmost importance that the Danish ambassador is granted access to Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja immediately.
•Thus, the case is not resolved yet. We continue our diplomatic efforts to reach a solution. We will continue to be in contact with the Bahraini authorities and with the broad group of countries and organisations, who have been supportive in this case – until a final solution has been reached.
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