Qatar returns to the Gulf house

January 08, 2021
Qatar returns to the Gulf house Qatar returns to the Gulf house

Dubai United Arab Emirates:- The State of Qatar has returned to the Gulf home after reconciliation with the boycotting countries during the Al-Ula summit in Saudi Arabia, where the United Arab Emirates announced that it would reopen all land, sea and air ports to the Qataris, according to the Emirates News Agency.

Thus, the UAE is the first country among the countries that boycotted Qatar more than three years ago to resume transportation between the two countries, which are Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Bahrain.

Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt boycotted Qatar in June 2017, due to its support for extremist Islamic groups and rapprochement with Iran, and closed its airspace to Qatari aircraft, prevented commercial dealings with the emirate and stopped Qatari entry to its territory.

Reconciliation took place between the four countries and Qatar at a summit of the Gulf Cooperation Council held in the Saudi city of Al-Ula, and the four countries announced the lifting of restrictions, and the Emirates News Agency quoted the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Khaled Abdullah Belhoul that the UAE "will work to reopen all land, sea and air ports before The incoming and outgoing movement "from Qatar, and according to the statement, the procedures will start to take effect" as of January 9, 2021.

The UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Anwar Gargash, confirmed, on Thursday, in a press conference that "the return of movement between countries and trade according to the Al-Ula Agreement will take place within a week of the signing of the agreement." He also referred to the reopening of diplomatic missions without delay, and Gargash stressed that the UAE supported the path Reconciliation, although dealing with thorny issues, such as Qatar’s relationship with Iran and Turkey’s presence in the Gulf, will require time.

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