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20 June 2017, 04:18 | Darnell Patrick
Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Adel al Jubeir said efforts would be made to resolve the conflict within the Gulf Cooperation Council
Trump's comments came after his top diplomat, Rex Tillerson, appealed to Saudi Arabia and its regional allies to ease their blockade of Qatar, saying it is hindering USA military actions in the region and the fight against the Islamic State terror group.
The statement said that Trump emphasised the importance of all countries in the region working together to prevent the financing of terrorist organisations and stop the promotion of extremist ideology. The move is a sign of support for the Gulf state in its dispute with its regional neighbors. It follows a previous listing of scores of organizations in 2014 by Saudi Arabia and the UAE during a previous spat with Qatar.
U.S. President Donald Trump, who initially offered to host a White House meeting to resolve the prevailing Gulf crisis, also attacked Doha, accusing the monarchy of sponsoring terrorism.
An official in Doha says Qatar has started talks with Iran and Turkey to secure food and water supplies after its biggest regional suppliers - Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates - cut trade and diplomatic ties with the country earlier this week. The Arab countries aren't just recalling diplomats; they're also closing airspace to Qatar and restricting access by sea.
In a strong-worded opening remarks, Trump alleged that Qatar was funding terrorism at the "highest level" and asked other countries doing the same to stop with immediate effect.
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Qatar has yet to receive any list of demands from the Arab countries that have cut ties, Sheikh Mohammed said. Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani gives a press conference in Doha , on June 8, 2017.
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The missile attack came amid recent confrontations in Syria between US -backed forces and Iranian-backed pro-government factions. The regional and global sponsors of the terrorists must receive the revealing message of the assault, ' he said.
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