Gulf of Arab states led by Saudi Arabia has once again reiterated its stand on the 13-point demand on Qatar ‘to stop funding terrorism’ saying it is non-negotiable.
In a post on Twitter, Adel al-Jubeir, Saudi foreign minister noted that the “demands on Qatar to stop funding terrorism are non-negotiable”.
“Restrictions on Qatar show zero tolerance for terrorism,” Jubeir said, claiming that Doha had failed to keep previous pledges of stopping “funding terrorism and interfering in other countries’ affairs”. Qatar denies all allegations.
Two days ago, authorities in Qatar hired Swiss lawyers to sue Gulf blockade states which are ‘responsible to compensate’ those hit by the anti-Qatar measures.
According to Qatar’s National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) chairman Ali Bin Smaikh al-Marri , action would take action against Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain, for their role which has sparked the worst Gulf crisis in decades.
A report by the state-run Qatar News Agency, stated that the demands issued by Saudi-led bloc of Arab countries have been dismissed by Doha after it was thoroughly reviewed by it’s ministry of foreign affairs.
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