Geneva/ 7 May 2014/ HE the Assistant Foreign Minister for International Cooperation Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdurrahman bin Jassim Al Thani has confirmed that the protection and promotion of human rights, including the rights of migrant workers, is a strategic choice of the State of Qatar, stressing that Qatar is currently working on a comprehensive review of labor laws, procedures and policies followed to promote and protect the rights of migrant workers. HE Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdurrahman Al Thani, who is also head of Qatar's delegation to the United Nations Human Rights Council, said in a statement to Qatar News Agency (QNA) that an integrated programme of action has been made to provide all requirement needed to implement it and to confront all challenges facing the country in this regard, through the development of the legislative and executive mechanisms to ensure that migrant workers will enjoy a decent livelihood in the state. He pointed to a remarkable development in the performance of the State of Qatar in the field of promotion and protection of human rights, which was reflected in a positive way through the interventions of foreign countries participating in the interactive dialogue, which praised the mostly tireless efforts and valuable achievements made by the State of Qatar in the advancement of human rights. "We are encouraged to move forwards towards the development of frameworks and systems involved in the protection and promotion of human rights in the state," Sheikh Mohamed said. He explained that the State of Qatar deals positively and openly with all remarks furnished to it regarding the hosting the World Cup 2022, stressing that Qatar hosting of this big event would be a great incentive for the Qatari government to fulfil all the requirements contributing to the success of that championship.