The UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash said today, Tuesday, that “the political atmosphere is looking forward to ending the Gulf crisis, but Qatari media outlets are determined to undermine any agreement.”
Gargash wrote on his Twitter page, “The political and social atmosphere in the Arab Gulf is looking forward to ending the Qatar crisis, and is looking for the best way to ensure Doha’s commitment to any agreement that carries in its folds the good of the region, while Qatari media platforms seem determined to undermine any agreement.” Strange and difficult to explain. “
The political and social atmosphere in the Arab Gulf is looking to end the Qatar crisis and is looking for the best way to ensure Doha’s commitment to any agreement that carries in its folds for the benefit of the region, while Qatari media platforms seem determined to undermine any agreement.
A strange and difficult phenomenon to explain.
– Dr. Anwar Gargash (@AnwarGargash) December 22, 2020
Earlier, Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Ahmed Nasser Al-Sabah revealed “fruitful” discussions that took place within the framework of “achieving reconciliation, supporting and achieving Gulf and Arab solidarity and stability.”
Al-Sabah said that “fruitful discussions took place during the last period, in which all parties affirmed their keenness on Gulf and Arab solidarity and stability, and to reach a final agreement that would achieve what they sought in terms of lasting solidarity between their countries and achieve what is good for their people.”
On the fifth of next January, the Gulf Cooperation Council summit will be held in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, attended by Gulf leaders personally, and Kuwait hopes that “it will constitute an opportunity to study the situation in the region,” according to Kuwaiti Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Al-Jarallah.
Since June 2017, Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt have imposed a land, air and sea blockade on Qatar, for its “support for terrorism and its relationship with Iran,” while Doha denies its accusation of terrorism and considers it an “attempt to undermine its sovereignty and independent decision.”