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Qatar dismisses Gulf Demands

Qatar Dismisses Gulf demands but says open for dialogue

Qatar is ready to discuss "legitimate problems" with Arab countries to end the regional crisis, but the list submitted by them last week includes some requirements that can not be met because they are not true He said.

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt have cut off relations with Qatar and have been criticized for supporting terrorism and alliance with Iran. Diplomacy and travel links constantly led to the worst gap between US allies. The four countries sent a list of 13 requirements to Doha, including officials from one of the four countries, including the Iran-funded Al Jazeera television closure and ties with Iran, said on Tuesday.

The deadline is expected to expire on Sunday.

Qatar's foreign minister, Shirh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani, said that Doha was interested in negotiating a legitimate issue on the Gulf States, but said some requests were unreasonable.

"Because there is no such link, we can not cut off connections with the Islamic nation, Al Qaeda, Lebanese Shiite militant group Hezbollah," the statement said in a statement. "There is no one in Qatar, so we can not expel Iran's revolutionary guards," he said.

The Russian ambassador to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) said the government could face new sanctions if the Qatar government fails to comply with the requirements. The Gulf states could demand trade talks with Doha, a newspaper interview said. Sheikh Mohammed concluded that the purpose of the ultimatum was not to deal with the listed issues, but to press Qatar to give up its sovereignty because it was impossible to stop doing what no one had done. We will not do it. "

Turkey, an ally of NATO, withdrew Doha with four Arab countries. Qatari's Defense Minister is scheduled to visit Ankara on Tuesday and will hold talks with the Turkish side, a Turkish Defense Ministry source said. Kuwait, which maintains relations with Qatar, is trying to mediate the dispute with Washington's support.

UAE Foreign Minister Anwar Gargash urged Arabs to be elected in Qatar.

"As the time of truth approaches, we must realize that our brothers choose their neighbors, choose honesty, truth, transparency, and the heroism of media noise and ideology is a passing flare," he said on his Twitter In the message

The UAE Prime Minister and Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, the ruling force in Dubai, will visit the "brother" Qatar to unite with the rest of the Guulf Cooperation Council on the 6th. I put a poem on the Instagram account on the requested Wednesday night.

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