Speaking to the AA correspondent, a Foreign Affairs official said, “We welcome the news of Saudi Arabia and Qatar’s decision to open airspace and borders mutually.” used expressions.
Regarding the resolution of the dispute between Qatar and other Arab countries, the official said, “The solution of the 3-year-old dispute between Qatar and the group of four will be in the interests of all Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) members and the United States.” said.
Borders BETWEEN SAUDI ARABIA AND QATAR ARE OPENED
The land, sea and air borders between Saudi Arabia and Qatar were opened as of this evening.
It is stated that the official signatures of the agreement reached to open the said borders will be signed tomorrow, and it is stated that the agreement is mediated by US President Donald Trump’s chief advisor and son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
It is stated that Kushner, who paid a visit to both Saudi Arabia and Qatar a few weeks ago, convinced the leaders of both countries for this agreement.
It is noted that Kushner will travel to Saudi Arabia for tomorrow’s Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) meeting and will be present at the signing ceremony of the agreement between Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
The borders between Saudi Arabia and Qatar open
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In the agreement to be signed tomorrow, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain are expected to lift the air, land and sea embargo imposed on Qatar since 2017.
In return, Qatar will withdraw the lawsuits filed against its 3 Gulf neighbors and the parties will end their smear campaigns against each other in the media.
THE GULF CRISIS
Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt had cut all diplomatic relations with Qatar on June 5, 2017 on the accusation of “supporting terrorist groups” and started to impose an economic embargo on this country.
While Qatar denied all the accusations of these countries, this situation caused a crisis in the Gulf region.
Kuwait, on the other hand, has carried out mediation efforts between the parties for a solution since the beginning of the crisis.
Kushner met with Qatar Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamed Al Sani in Doha on December 2, 2020, and it was reported that regional and international issues were discussed at the meeting.
Kuwait Foreign Minister Ahmed Nasser es-Sabah also announced in a written statement on December 4 that fruitful negotiations took place, during which all parties expressed their willingness to reach a final agreement.
Qatar and Saudi Arabia also welcomed Kuwait’s statement.