The United Nations has said UAE has so far provided no evidence that Latifa al-Maktoum is still alive.

Iran Press/America: Marta Hurtado, the spokeswoman for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, said that the UAE government has not yet responded to the agency's request to provide evidence that Latifa al-Maktoum, the daughter of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai, is still alive.

Hurtado said UN officials planned to meet with the UAE envoy in Geneva to discuss the situation of Latifa al-Maktoum.

Earlier, the media published a video of Latifa al-Maktoum in which he said that he had been taken hostage by his father in a villa.

In February, the UAE announced that Latifa al-Maktoum was under surveillance at her home. Amid growing international concern over Latifa's fate, the United Nations has demanded a document proving her alive.

Latifa al-Maktoum tried to flee the UAE by the sea in 2018 but was detained off the coast of India by commandos. According to Latifa's sister, she is being held in Dubai and is being monitored by her father's forces while given drugs. 219