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FM Qureshi discusses resolving disputes with Qatar, Bahrain and Saudi international ministers

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FM Qureshi discusses resolving disputes with Qatar, Bahrain and Saudi foreign ministers

ISLAMABAD:  Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Friday mentioned resolving disputes throughout the Gulf states in telephonic conversations together with his counterparts within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Bahrain.

In statements posted on Twitter,  the international minister shared talking with  the Kingdom’s Faisal bin Farhan al Saud, Qatar’s Mohammed bin Abdullah al Thani and Bahrain’s Dr Abdul Latif bin Rashid al Zayani.

Congratulating the Kingdom’s international minister on the efficiently convening the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Summit, Qureshi stated he seemed ahead to welcoming him to Pakistan quickly. 

“[The] readiness of GCC states to resolve disputes and indeed the Kingdom’s positive role in resolution is a welcome way forward for peace and stability in the Gulf.”

The international minister additionally congratulated the Qatari deputy and international minister for decision of disputes and cultivating an surroundings of belief and cooperation within the Gulf. He added that Pakistan was wanting ahead to “strengthening bilateral cooperation with Qatar”.

The international minister appreciated Bahrain’s help through the forty seventh Organisation of Islamic Cooperation’s Council of Foreign Ministers (OIC CFM) assembly. “Look forward to continuing engagement on regional/ global issues and working closely to strengthen bilateral ties,” he wrote.

It could also be talked about right here that Qatar’s three-year-old dispute with Saudi Arabia and three different Arab nations was resolved earlier this week.

On Monday, a senior Trump administration official stated a breakthrough had been reached and that an settlement geared toward ending the rift was to be signed in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday. Riyadh reopened its airspace and land and sea border to Qatar on Monday.

The Kingdom, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain severed diplomatic ties and transport hyperlinks with Qatar in 2017 over what they referred to as its help for Islamist militants, an accusation Doha rejected.

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