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As Qatar deadline approaches, international efforts urge Doha to resolve crisis

Tue, 04.07.2017 13:40



With hours to go before an extension on Qatar’s deadline ends on Tuesday evening by the boycotting countries, many observers are anticipating the upcoming Wednesday summit in Cairo as international pressure grows on Doha to resolve the crisis.

Qatar, however, has so far shown no intention to fix its situation with boycotting Gulf and Arab countries.

During the last hours amid these circumstances, international efforts have also increased to contain the crisis and urge Doha to solve the issue and cooperate in confronting terrorism and stop its financing of it.

This comes after he visit of the Germany’s foreign minister on Monday to Saudi Arabia on one side, and a phone call between the British Prime Minister Theresa May and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on the other, both of whom are trying to help solve the crisis with Qatar. May, during her conversation with Saudi Arabia’s crown prince stressed that Qatar should work with its neighbors to face the extremists and terrorism danger.

Source: Al Arabiya

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