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New York, January 14, 2012 Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt c/o Roberta Alenius Rosenbad 4 SE-103 33Stockholm, Sweden Via post Dear Prime Minister Reinfeldt, On January 12, 2012, several Swedish politicians belonging to parties in your coalition…
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Foreign Minister Carl Bildt Ministry for Foreign Affairs Gustav Adolfs torg 1 SE-103 39 Stockholm Sweden   Dear Foreign Minister Bildt: We are writing to you before the December 31 announced closure of Camp Ashraf (also known as Camp New Iraq) to urge the…
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Dear SAARC Government Leaders: As the leaders of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) meet in New Delhi on April 3 and 4, 2007, the discussions will inevitably focus upon economics and regional security. At SAARC meetings, human…
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Letter to Foreign Ministry

On behalf of Human Rights Watch, I write to protest Sweden’s decision, announced on September 29, to resume deportations of rejected lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) asylum-seekers to Iran. The decision reflects a fundamental…
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Regarding the EU Call to Close Guantanamo

Human Rights Watch commends the collective call by the European Union to close the Guantanamo Bay detention center that was made at the E.U.-U.S. summit last month. The closing of Guantanamo would be a positive and welcome development. But the closing…
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Letter to Swedish Government on Behalf of Hanan Attia

Human Rights Watch is writing as a matter of urgent concern regarding the case of Hanan Attia. Human Rights Watch is deeply concerned that Ms. Attia and her children were not afforded access to a full and fair asylum determination procedure when they…
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Foreign Minister Anna Lindh Ministry of Foreign Affairs  Dear Foreign Minister Lindh: We have appreciated the willingness of the European Union to press Belgrade for meaningful cooperation with the International Criminal Tribunal for the former…