In the UAE exclude the possibility of a quick solution of the crisis over Qatar

© RIA Novosti / Valery Melnikova in hotbangalore in the Qatari capital Doha. Archival photoIn the UAE exclude the possibility of a quick solution of the crisis over Qatar© RIA Novosti / Valery Melnikovite the image Bank

Minister of state for foreign Affairs of the UAE Anwar Gargash said that a political solution to the crisis over Qatar is impossible in the near future.

«The reality is that we are very far from a political solution, which consists in changing Qatar its course… We are moving to a long gap,» Gargash wrote on his Twitter page.

For its part, the foreign Minister of Qatar Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdel Rahman al-Thani, said on Friday during his visit to Turkey that Qatar will continue to work out of the crisis together with the United States and Kuwait, which act as intermediaries.

«The crisis cannot be solved in one day», — quotes its words news Agency the associated Press.

Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt in early June, broke off diplomatic relations with Doha and stopped with Qatar every message, accusing him of supporting terrorism and interference in their internal Affairs. The decision was later joined by several other States. Kuwait to mediate in resolving the conflict.

Later, the Arab countries issued an ultimatum to Qatar, calling for a 10-day deadline to agree to meet the requirements of the neighbors. The ultimatum contains 13 claims, including a downgrading of diplomatic and military relations with Iran, the closure of Turkish military bases in the country, stopping funding for terrorist organizations, non-interference in the internal Affairs of Arab countries support the opposition figures, as well as the closure of all satellite television network «al Jazeera». Qatar has rejected accusations from its Arab neighbors and stated that their demands are unrealistic and cannot be fulfilled, and violate its sovereignty.

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