The United Nations has called for evidence to ensure that Princess Latifa, the daughter of the ruler of Dubai, is alive. According to a press release sent on Wednesday, June 23 to Agence France-Presse (AFP) by Taylor Wessing, a law firm that it claims to represent, confirmed that it is now free to ‘Travel where [elle] Wants “
In February, British media broadcast videos in which she claimed she was being held “hostage” and fear for his life. In April, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights expressed deep concern and called on the United Arab Emirates, a Gulf state, and Dubai, one of its seven emirates, to provide evidence that the princess was alive.
Pictures are posted on Instagram
After these videos were broadcast, several pictures of Princess Latifa were posted on the Instagram account. A new photo that is supposed to show her at Madrid Barajas airport, on Monday, has fueled speculation about her condition.
I recently visited three European countries for vacation with a friend. I asked him to post some pictures online to prove to the activists that I can travel wherever I want.”Princess Latifa said, according to Taylor Wessing. I now hope to live my life in peace, without being watched by the media. And I thank you all for your interest.”, she added.
the countryside ” Nice Free”, based in LondonOn Monday, she said, in a press release, “To see that Latifa has a passport, to travel and have more freedom”.
The 35-year-old daughter of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai and the prime minister of the United Arab Emirates, tried to flee by boat from this city in 2018, before being sent back there. She has not been seen in public since that failed escape attempt.
Agence France-Presse was unable to verify the authenticity or date of publication of three recent photos on the Instagram account with the name “” Shinebrain was taken. This account belongs to a Briton named Sionid Taylor – a teacher, former member of the Royal Navy and an employee of the Dubai royal family – according to British media. In contact with AFP, the Dubai authorities did not respond to this posting of the princess’s photos on the Internet.