Humanitarian Measures and Efforts Undertaken by Kingdom of Saudi Arabia During Qatari Crisis 9 and last Riyadh

Saturday 1441/1/8 - 2019/09/07
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The Qatari authorities announced a list of its own terrorism that included (19) persons and (8) entities including (11) persons who possess Qatari nationality.
The list included a number of names on the international terrorist regulations in a number of countries, including the United States of America.
Lists of the US Treasury Department, Britain and the lists of boycott countries, including Abdulrahman Al Nuaimi, who is one of the founders of the Geneva-based Alkarama Organization for Human Rights and Saad Saad Mohammed Al Kaabi and Abdul Latif Abdullah Al Kuwari who raised funds for Al Qaeda activities.
The move came nine months after the boycott, which confirms the position of the boycotting countries that they (the Qataris) support terrorism and extremism in the region.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia affirmed that it has been patient for a long time, despite the Doha authorities' continued failure to fulfill their commitments and conspired against the Kingdom. However, on keenness to the interest of the brotherly Qatari people, which is a natural and genuine extension of their brothers in the Kingdom, the Kingdom will continue to support the brotherly Qatari people.
There will be no solution to this crisis unless Qatar responds to the demands of the four countries and stops supporting terrorism, embracing extremists and stopping its interventions in the internal affairs of the four countries to become a close neighbor and partner.
The solution will only be through Kuwaiti mediation and through the GCC system.
The Kingdom's Efforts to Preserve the GCC Gains
Since the outbreak of the Gulf crisis, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has sought to stabilize the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Its decision has not been reflected on the
representatives of the State of Qatar to the Council.
Qataris working at the GCC, as well as Qatari delegations are participating in the meetings of the General Secretariat of the Gulf Cooperation Council, where the Kingdom issued the necessary permits for the aircraft carrying them no later than 48 hours and requests have been received for the participation of delegations of Qatar during the first 6 months of 1440 AH, for more than (50) meetings and the number of applicants to participate in more than (150) participants, visas issued to them at the time.
The Gulf Summit (39) was held in Saudi Arabia, in Riyadh on Sunday 2/4/1440 AH, corresponding to 9/12/2018 in the presence of all representatives and leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states.
The State of Qatar was represented by the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Sultan Al-Muraikhi. The Riyadh summit issued a declaration stating the importance of adhering to the GCC to face the challenges in the region and ensuring its strength and unity among its members.
The leaders also stressed the importance of implementing the economic agreement between the GCC countries and decided to speed up the completion and activation of the unified military command of the GCC forces and qualify the military command to perform those tasks.
For his part, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, the Emir of Kuwait has called to stop the media campaigns that broadcast the saw sedition and compromise the shared values, to contain the differences.
The Kingdom endeavors not to obstruct the process of the GCC system and the agreements concluded through the Council.
It has allowed Qatari delegations to participate in the meetings of the GCC, including meetings of the GCC energy affairs team in the World Trade Organization and free trade agreements and a meeting of the legal and environmental working group of other countries.
The Council to discuss the preliminary draft of the unified draft environmental law for the GCC states and the meetings of the committees charged with reviewing the unified customs system.
The delegation of Qatar participated in the meeting of the General Secretariat of the Gulf Cooperation Council to discuss issues related to the accession of Gulf organizations under the umbrella of the Secretariat.
Invitations, were sent to the Qatari side to attend a workshop to discuss the successful programs of the European Union in addressing youth unemployment on 16/1/2019.
The Kingdom maintains the agreements concluded within the framework of the GCC in various fields, including, but not limited to, the Joint Shield Agreement.
The Qatari delegations have recently participated in military exercises in Saudi Arabia and the Kingdom has facilitated all procedures for Qatari military delegations, as well as well as other Gulf delegations
-- SPA
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