UAE slams Qatar's accusation of airspace violation as "incorrect"

Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al Thani

Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al Thani

A second United Arab Emirates military jet has violated Qatar's airspace, the Gulf state said on Saturday, prompting Doha to send a new complaint to the United Nations.

The ministry said "that the UAE plane entered the airspace of the State of Qatar without prior knowledge or approval of the competent Qatari authorities".

One day after Qatar's complaint to the UN Security Council, the UAE denied on Friday that it has violated its neighbour's airspace, has reported.

Sheikha Alia Ahmed bin Saif al-Thani described the incident as an evidence that shows UAE authorities seek to continue their approach to violate global law, conventions, charters and worldwide norms.

"[The] threat to the safety of its [Qatar's] borders and territories is evidence of the UAE authorities continuing their approach to violating worldwide law, conventions, charters and global norms", it added.

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That letter stated that the violation was in breach of worldwide law, and took place in the context of "irresponsible and provocative" actions by the UAE against Qatar.

"She considered that the incident was a flagrant violation of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the State of Qatar, as well as a flagrant violation of the provisions of worldwide law, conventions, charters and global norms".

UAE is one of the four Arab countries - the Quartet - that severed diplomatic ties with Qatar and demanded that Doha meets a list of 13 demands in order for dialogue to be resumed.

Qatar has strongly denied the accusations, and is seeking global arbitration in an attempt to end the blockade.

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