Talking to the phone about the Gulf crisis of Qatar and Saudi leader



Qatar’s decrees have appealed to Saudi Arabia’s mediation to discuss the crisis between Arab countries and Doha.

According to the Saudi news agency SPA, Qatari rich Sheikh Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Hasani said he is ready to discuss the demands of Saudi Arabia and its other ally countries.

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It was believed that Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates had disconnected relations with Qatar on June 5, saying that Qatar supports terrorism. Qatar denies these allegations strictly.

The Qatari leader talked to Saudi Arabia’s grandfather Prince Mohammed Bin Salman on Friday.

According to SPA, during the talk, Qutri Amir met on the negotiation table and expressed the desire to consider the demands of four countries so that everyone could assure the interests.

The news agency says that the phone call’s description will be displayed when Saudi Arabia reaches a deal with Bahrain, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates.

But shortly after the news of this phone call, the SPA criticized the Qatari media to accuse the phone call between the leaders of both countries and criticized it as well. Any negotiations that are now ‘suspended’ are now.

Talking about the phone between the two leaders, Donald Trump could be able to talk after Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar separately.

White House said in a statement: “President (Trump) stressed that the alliance between the Arab Allies is necessary for regional stability and to counter Iran’s threat.

The statement added, “All countries will have to ban their covenant to defeat terror, stop funding of terrorist groups and fight extremist ideologies.”

Earlier, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt and the UAE had given a list of conditions to remove sanctions on Qatar, including reducing Iran’s relations and closing the Algeria Media House.

These countries have accused Qatar’s promotion-led Queue Media House to promote extremism, which media media denies.