UAE announces solution to end Qatar crisis
The Emirates Mission in The Hague issued a statement on the Gulf crisis, which revealed the only solution to end the crisis with Qatar and the "boycott countries" (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt).
"The misuse of international organizations by international organizations is an attempt to divert attention from the real causes of the boycott of supporting terrorism, harboring extremists and internationally wanted, interfering in the affairs of other countries, and supporting the discourse of hatred and incitement," the mission said in the statement. Told Emirates News Agency (WAM).
"The state's clear position on the Qatari people, which its government has instigated in practices that led to its suffering without a hand in it, and that Qatar's exit from the crisis is not by resorting to international organizations and making unfounded complaints, Which they have made. "
The four Arab countries decided to raise the issue of their sovereign airspace issue with Qatar within the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to the International Court of Justice (ICJ), claiming that ICAO was not competent to consider such dispute.
Qatar responded through its envoy to the International Court of Justice, Mohamed Abdul Aziz al-Khulaifi, and stressed that "the UAE's discriminatory measures against the Qataris prompted his country to bring the case to the court."