US and UK ask Arab countries in call to go with Qatar
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The United States, the United Kingdom and Kuwait have Monday on the Arab countries, that the boycott against Qatar, to plead urged as soon as possible to enter into dialogue with the Golfstaatje.
The American minister of Foreign Affairs Rex Tillerson and the British national security advisor Mark Sedwill spoke Monday about the conflict in Kuwait, that acts as a mediator in the conflict.
Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Egypt and Bahrain, four of the six countries that Qatar boycott, left last week to know that their list of thirteen demands to the Golfstaatje is expired. They announced new political, economic and legal measures.
The United States fear a stalemate in the conflict between the two parties. A spokesman of the ministry of Foreign Affairs of the U.S. warned that the diplomatic spat between the countries may still be “weeks to months” can continue.
Three reasons why four Arab countries Qatar boycott
Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, the United Arab Emirates and Libya made 5 June known diplomatic ties with Qatar to disconnect it. The country would be guilty of supporting terrorist groups. That would contribute to the unrest in the region. Qatar rejects these claims.
An overview of the Arab diplomatic crisis with Qatar