Qatari Foreign Minister Calls for Dialogue Between Gulf States and Iran

The battle within the Gulf has been persevering with since 2017 when 4 nations minimize ties with Qatar, accusing the state of supporting terrorism.

Qatar’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani has referred to as for a dialogue between the Gulf states and Iran. 

He added that the Gulf disaster must be resolved diplomatically and sovereignty must be revered. 

Al-Thani made his statements throughout a joint press convention with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov after their talks in Moscow.

This comes because the annual summit of the Gulf Co-operation Council is scheduled to happen in Riyadh on 5 January, with the individuals anticipated to discover a answer to the long-standing Gulf disaster between Qatar and its neighbours. 

In 2017, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt and the UAE minimize ties with Qatar, accusing the state of backing terrorism due to its hyperlinks with Iran. Later, different Gulf states downgraded their relations with Doha and imposed a complete blockade of the nation. Qatar denied allegations that it backed terrorism, including that these claims are geared toward limiting the nation’s sovereignty. 


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