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Qatar get to the world trade organization to boycott Arab countries

Qatar get to the world trade organization to boycott Arab countries

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Qatar has Monday an official complaint submitted to the world trade organisation (WTO) about the handelsboycot of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Bahrain.

That says, the WTO-representative of Qatar, Ali Alwaleed al-Thani, compared to Reuters.

By requesting consultations with the concerned Arab countries, Qatar is the first formal step in the handelsconflict and thus a deadline of sixty days for the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain to come up with a solution to the conflict. If they do not comply, then wait for them to turn, possible sanctions of the WTO.

Qatar is the boycott of the Arab countries will also discuss at a meeting of the International civil aviation organization of the United Nations, said al-Thani.

Willing to talk

The Arab countries are embroiled in a diplomatic dispute with Qatar, gave previously that they are willing to talk.

They make the condition that the Golfstaat “genuine willingness” shows to cater to their criticism.

Ministers from the Arab countries did after a joint meeting in Bahrain on Sunday in a new attempt to establish a dialogue. They ask Qatar to clearly indicate that it is ready to “stop the financing of terrorism and extremism”.

See also:
Arab countries are willing to dialogue with isolated Qatar

Links broken

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain and Egypt in June, the ties with Qatar are broken, because of alleged support for international terrorism and has close ties with the shiite Iran.

Al-Thani want to explain why Qatar no complaint against Egypt submit. Also Egypt has a handelsboycot, but, in contrast to the other three countries are not residents of Qatar expelled.

The conflict is since then completely stuck. Qatar gave no heed to the requirements of the countries posed to the isolation of the small oliestaat to end.

See also:
An overview of the Arab diplomatic crisis with Qatar

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