Sunday, 2 July 2017

Qatar: "Demands Made to Be Rejected"

"This list of demands [was] made to be rejected. It's not made to be accepted or not made to be negotiated," said Qatar's foreign minister this week.

He said Qatar was ready to provide the proper conditions for further dialogue with the country's neighbors. Four countries cut links with Qatar in June, claiming they were unhappy with Qatar's support for terrorism.

No resolution to the dispute appears to be in sight.

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