Mohammed bin Abdel Rahman al Thani
Qatar’s foreign Ministry announced that it refuses to negotiate with Saudi Arabia and its allies until the complete lifting of the transport of sanctions. About it reports Reuters.
“Qatar is now under siege, and no negotiation is possible, — explained the Minister of foreign Affairs of the Emirate, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdel Rahman al Thani. — They should first lift the blockade, then you can start negotiations. Still no progress in this area we have not seen, and without it it is impossible to move forward.”
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The Minister thanked the Emir of Kuwait for his mediation, but noted that it had stalled due to the fact that the Saudis and their allies can not determine the requirements. “We still have not even heard of the most common conditions of the type “the Qataris know what we want from them, they have to stop doing this, this and that, and watching this will be a foreign Commission”,” explained Mohammed bin Abdel Rahman al-Thani.
According to him, Qatar is ready to negotiate on all matters that are relevant to the policy of the cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (CCASG), which includes Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, Kuwait and Oman. “Everything that is not connected with this body, we will not discuss, — the Minister promised. — No one has the right to interfere in my business. “Al-Jazeera” — the case of Qatar, our internal policy on regional issues — and also Qatar. Their Affairs are we to discuss with anyone will not.”
5 June Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the UAE announced the rupture of diplomatic relations with Qatar. The representatives of these countries accused Doha of destabilizing the political situation in the Arab States, as well as in support of terrorist organizations, including Islamic state and “al-Qaeda” (both group banned in Russia). Later also joined the boycott Yemen, Libya, Maldives, Mauritius, Mauritania, Union of Comoros.
The government of Qatar, all deny the charges and call the isolation an infringement of its sovereignty.