The Kingdom of Bahrain regretted the failure of the State of Qatar to end its crisis with the boycotting countries due to its clear way of dealing with the recent Riyadh summit. ...
Bahrain’s Foreign Minister, Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed bin Muhammad Al Khalifa, said today, Tuesday, that “Qatar’s interaction with the Gulf summit expresses its strong and repeated negative sent by sending someone on behalf of its Emir without any authorization that could contribute to solving its crisis.”
In a statement published by the official Bahrain News Agency, “The Bahraini”, the Bahraini Foreign Minister stressed that what the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the State of Qatar stated that the dialogue with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has exceeded the demands set by the four countries to end the Qatar crisis, and that it is looking at a future view that does not reflect Any content has never been searched. ”
The Bahraini minister reiterated that “the four countries (Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt) fully adhere to their position and legitimate demands based on the six principles issued by the Cairo meeting on the fifth of July of the year 2017.”
The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs of the Emirates, Anwar Gargash, had said that the absence of the Emir of Qatar from the Gulf summit was a "miscalculation", stressing that the Qatar crisis continues.
Bahrain regrets that Qatar is not serious about ending its crisis with the four countries
In a tweet via his account on “Twitter” Gargash saw that “every crisis has a conclusion, and that honest and sustainable solutions are in the interest of the region,” adding that “the key to the solution is the need to address the roots of the crisis between Qatar and the four countries.”
Today, Thursday, the Gulf summit in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, which the Emir of Qatar was absent, was concluded, and the Doha delegation was led by the Qatari Prime Minister Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani.
The closing statement issued by the summit emphasized “the strength and cohesion of the Cooperation Council, and the unity of the class among its members, to achieve stability, security and social peace in view of the emerging and future challenges, which require upgrading and developing mechanisms of joint action and activating the role of youth and the private sector, and preparing an empowered and qualified generation of challenges requirements.”