[size=36]Qatari Foreign Minister responds to Saudi Arabia from the gateway to support the year of Iraq: Maliki Shiite marginalized[/size]
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new Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani, Wednesday, emphasizing that the accusations countries boycott of his country of supporting terrorism is unfair, and while noting that his country supported Iraq 's Sunnis, expressed optimism not the end of the Gulf crisis.
"Military victories over ISIS must be celebrated, but the ideology of the terrorist group must be eliminated in order to defeat any version of the organization," he said.
"Part of ISIS is likely to dissolve throughout the Middle East population, and countries in the region need to become more responsive to their people and the needs of their people," he said.
The Qatari minister touched on a wide range of other issues, including the future of the Iranian nuclear agreement, the growing economic relations between Qatar and the United States and relations between Qatar and the boycotting countries (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt) that accuse Qatar of supporting terrorist groups and radical Islam.
About eight months ago, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates gathered to impose an economic and diplomatic blockade on Qatar, a wealthy country located above some of the world's largest proven natural gas reserves.
Sheikh Al - Thani: "Our country has been subjected to unjust aggression, it claims Saudi Arabia and others have created" Alhaoua is not necessary for the region. "
With regard to Iranian relations, Sheikh stressed that the " comprehensive Arab world trade with Iran , "dominated by the United Arab Emirates, which accuses Qatar has stronger ties with Iran. "
"How close are we to Iran when we are in the forefront against Iranian policy in Syria, Iraq and Yemen?"
"Qatar stands with Iraq's Sunni Muslim population while it has been marginalized under Shiite Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who is believed to have close ties to Iran," he said.
Despite US mediation efforts, the Qatari minister said he was "not optimistic about the speedy end of the crisis in the Gulf Cooperation Council."