Turkey summarily adopts a law on the deployment of troops in Qatar

The Turkish authorities summarily adopt changes in legislation to place a military contingent on the territory of Qatar. About it reports Reuters.

The new order will allow to transfer troops to the Turkish military base in the Emirate. According to the Agency, the decision to expedite the adoption of amendments to the law indicates the desire of Ankara to support the Doha, which was in isolation.

Monday, June 5, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the UAE announced the rupture of diplomatic relations with Qatar. They accused Doha of supporting terrorist organizations, including prohibited in Russia groups “Islamic state” and al-Qaeda, and destabilizing the political situation in these Arab States.

On the same day their decision was joined by Yemen, Libya, the Maldives and Mauritius. June 6, Jordan lowered the level of relations with Qatar and Mauritania announced their breakup. The day after this decision was joined by Comoros.