4000 cows to be airlifted to Qatar

4000 cows to be airlifted to Qatar”

Bahrain Civil Aviation Authority has reaffirmed commitment to its decision on June 5 banning all Qatari aviation companies and aircraft registered in Qatar from landing at the Kingdom's airports or traversing Bahrain's sovereign airspace.

"It is time to work for Qatar", Power International Holding CEO Moutaz al-Khayyat said. The country shares a land border with Saudi Arabia, and more than half of its food comes from its neighbor, as well as most of its milk.

Still, Jubeir says Saudi Arabia is willing to provide food and medical supplies through the King Salman Center, a Saudi humanitarian agency.

On Monday, Kuwait's foreign minister, Sheikh Sabah al-Khalid al-Sabah said Qatar is prepared to hold dialogues with the Gulf Arab countries that cut ties with it, noting that the embattled Gulf state is ready to listen to concerns.

Turkey has maintained good relations with Qatar as well as several of its Gulf Arab neighbours.

Iran, which lies across the Gulf from Qatar, has joined Erdogan in committing to support its isolated ally.

NAN reports that Qatari Foreign Minister Abdulrahman al-Thani told a news conference in France that Qatar "still had no clue" why the nations cut ties.

U.S. President Donald Trump may also have been partly responsible for widening the rift.

Erdogan dubbed the Saudi-led actions as tantamount to a "death penalty" imposed on Qatar, which he said was the target of a defamation campaign.

An exception is made for private planes and charter flights to or from Qatar, which require permission to transit through the airspace of the three countries, the statements said.

Erdogan vehemently rejected the accusations - already strongly denied by Doha - that Qatar supports terrorism, arguing the country had been a staunch opponent of Islamic State (IS) jihadists. Turkey and Qatar have both provided support for the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and backed rebels fighting to overthrow Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Natural gas exports may help Qatar protect it in the ongoing dispute it has with other Arab nations.

Nawaz Sharif's office issued a statement following his return from Saudi Arabia, where the Pakistani premier, accompanied by army chief Gen.

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