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Qataris' departure deadline for Saudi Arabia, UAE and Bahrain

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Qataris' departure deadline for Saudi Arabia, UAE and Bahrain

Post by rocky on Mon 19 Jun 2017, 1:05 am

Qataris' departure deadline for Saudi Arabia, UAE and Bahrain

Arab and international Since 2017-06-18 at 17:28 (Baghdad time)

Mawazine News - Follow up
Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain are due to leave on Sunday, at a time when Manama has confirmed that the problem is in the shadowy Doha policy.
On June 5, the three Gulf states asked Qatari visitors and residents to leave the country within 14 days after severing relations with Doha in support of terrorism.
Since the first day of relations with Doha, the three Gulf states have been keen to stress "an unshakable appreciation of the brotherly Qatari people away from the state's official policies, which support and finance terrorism and extremism, which are working to divide the Gulf and Arab ranks."
Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain banned Qatar Airways from entering its airspace. National carriers suspended all flights to and from Doha, a day after severing relations with Qatar.
"The real problem lies in the country policy, which is operating in secret and growing up day by day, not in the good words of the brother towards his brother," Bahraini Foreign Minister Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed al-Khalifa told Reuters on Sunday.

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