Reuters IBRAHEEM AL OMARI
Qatar denied the validity of Egyptian media reports on the terms of the agreement on the principles of reconciliation with the boycotting countries, explaining that the bilateral differences with Egypt would be resolved in talks between the two parties.
The Qatari Foreign Minister, Muhammad bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani, said in an interview with Al-Jazeera, published Thursday, about what was published in the Egyptian media about the terms of the agreement: “With all due respect to the media of the brotherly Arab Republic of Egypt … but what states and governments issue is something. else”.
As for relations with Egypt, Al-Thani explained that what was signed at the Al-Ula summit is a preliminary document that stipulates principles and issues of relations are discussed bilaterally, indicating: “Egypt is a state party to the crisis and we have our concerns and they have their concerns and there are meetings that will be held between the parties to discuss future solutions. And discuss everyone’s concerns. “
He added that the details will be discussed with each country separately, because each country differs from another, and there will be bilateral discussions for each country.
Regarding the 13 conditions and whether they were included in the agreement, Al Thani stressed that there are no conditions for any country from another country, explaining that “there are reciprocal steps between countries, on the one hand of the State of Qatar there are issues that arose out of the crisis and there are measures taken by the four countries and It is natural for there to be withdrawal or stopping of these procedures, and to return naturally and work to close the cases legally. “
Last Tuesday, the Saudi Foreign Minister, Faisal bin Farhan, announced that the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council and Egypt reached an agreement during the Al-Ula summit on turning the page on the “Gulf Crisis” and fully restoring diplomatic relations between Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt on the one hand and Qatar on the other hand.
Source: “Al Sharq” + “Al Jazeera” + agencies