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Showing posts with label Qatar. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Qatar. Show all posts

Friday, 1 June 2018

Saudi threatens military action against Qatar over S-400

Saudi threatens military action against Qatar over S-400
Saudi Arabia, one of the countries blockading Qatar, has threatened military action against its Gulf neighbour if it acquires the Russian-made S-400 aerial defence system, French daily Le Monde reported on Friday.

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Qatar admits that it is against the Arab coalition in Yemen

Qatar admits that it is against the Arab coalition in Yemen
Qatar admitted that it was compelled to join the Arab Coalition to restore legitimacy in Yemen, in a clear and implicit admission that it was from the very beginning, against the legitimacy coalition in Yemen.

Saturday, 17 June 2017

Turkey 'Should Develop Ties With Russia' to Oppose US 'Plan' for Mideast

For Turkey, it is more important to maintain cooperation in the region with Russia than with the United States, the chairman of Turkey’s Felicity Party (SAADET) told Sputnik.

Friday, 24 March 2017

Chief Syria negotiator accuses "rebel" supporters of state-sponsored terror

The Damascus government delegation at the United Nations-backed Syria peace talks on Friday said any country that backed rebel forces fighting in the war were sponsoring terrorism by inadvertently supporting a hard-line al-Qaida offshoot.

Tuesday, 5 November 2013

Qatar slams 'unconditional' proposed Syria talks.


AFP - Qatar's emir criticised Tuesday what he claimed were unconditional terms for a proposed peace conference on Syria, saying the talks would lead nowhere and should focus on "achieving justice" for Syria's people.

Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, whose country has been a main backer of the Syrian rebellion, criticised "attempts by some to substitute achieving justice for the (Syrian) people, who have paid the heaviest price... with unconditional negotiations that lack a timeframe and lead nowhere."

His remarks come as Washington, Moscow and the United Nations are trying to fix a date for the so-called Geneva II talks bringing all sides together to discuss a political solution to the Syrian conflict.

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