Arabic and International Sunday, August 20 2017
The Moroccan newspaper Le 360 claimed on Sunday a secret meeting between Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz and a Qatari general in the Moroccan city of Tangier.
"King Salman met with the deputy commander of the Qatari armed forces, General Tayeb Uraloglu, at the palace of Sulaymaniyah at his residence in the Agbila area of the Moroccan city of Tangier," the newspaper quoted sources as describing as credible and reliable.
The Emir of Qatar, Oghlu, a Turkish national, was appointed on June 10 for a renewable six-month term and was given all powers and powers.
"The Qatari general was an envoy of the Emir of Qatar to hold secret talks with the Saudi king for about 40 minutes, during which the two sides discussed developments in the crisis among GCC member states," the newspaper said.
During the meeting, the Qatari general thanked King Salman for allowing Qatari pilgrims to enter the Holy Land via the Salwa entrance without obtaining electronic permits, according to Li 360.
According to the Moroccan newspaper, the meeting was kept secret, especially as the Qatari general attended the meeting with the deputy Saudi intelligence, aboard a private Saudi plane landing at Tangier airport.
The meeting was attended by a number of princes close to the Saudi king, including his two sons.