Trump confirms Salman spoken to the need for "unity of the Gulf region"
Quoted "Reuters" a senior source at the White House that the US President, Donald Trump, held on Tuesday, a telephone conversation with the Saudi king, Salman bin Abdul Aziz.
The agency said that the talks touched on the recent developments in the Gulf region (Persian), noting that Trump stressed, during communication, "the need for the unity of the Gulf region."
The White House has confirmed earlier Tuesday, the words of his spokesman, Sean Spicer, the United States will continue with all parties in the Middle East to resolve the current crisis in the region.
He said Spicer told a news conference: "The United States still want to defuse this problem and settled immediately ... in accordance with the principles presented by the President with regard to the elimination of the financing of terrorism and extremism."
In turn, the official spokeswoman for the US State Department spokesman, confirmed Heather maneuvered, that relations between the United States and Qatar strong, stressing that Washington would continue to cooperate with Doha.
The remarks come against the backdrop of the declaration of Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the UAE and Bahrain, on Monday morning, cut all diplomatic ties with Qatar and stop the sea, land and air traffic with this country, to join this list later the interim Libyan government, headed by Abdullah al-Thani, as well as two States, Maldives, Mauritius and Mauritania.
And gave Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, Qatar, the citizens of residents and visitors 14 days to leave the country.
These accused Arab states of the Qatari authorities to support what it called terrorism.
The Foreign Ministry expressed Qatar regrets this decision, stressing that "these measures are unjustified and based on the allegations and unfounded allegations of health."