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Qatar signs $12 billion deal to buy F-15 jets from US

23 Juin 2017

The Saudi Press Agency accused Qatari officials of repeatedly violating "their global obligations and the agreements they signed under the umbrella of the Gulf Cooperation Council for Arab States to cease hostilities against [Saudi Arabia] and stand against terrorist activities". "For this goal, the prime minister will undertake visits to Kuwait, Qatar and Turkey", it said.

14 de junio de 2017, 15:28United Nations, June 14 (Prensa Latina) UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra " ad al-Hussein, has called for a quick solution on Wednesday to debate on the Qatar diplomatic crisis.

The watchdog specified that on May 25, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates blocked Qatari media outlets, including Al Jazeera, while Egypt blocked 62 websites favorable toward the Muslim Brotherhood (entity banned in Russia).

Saudi Arabia on Tuesday said the closure of its airspace to flights from Qatar was within the kingdom's sovereign right to protect its citizens from any threat.

But Pakistan has been dealing with the crisis carefully after Saudi and other Gulf countries cancelled its diplomatic ties with Qatar and accused the gas-rich country of supporting terrorist groups.

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Saudi Press Agency (SPA) said King Salman and Sharif discussed the "latest regional developments" in addition to bilateral relations.

To many, yesterday's deal symbolizes that Qatar has firm support from the U.S. during the ongoing Gulf crisis.

"Qatar Airways' global operations continue to run smoothly, with the vast majority of our network unaffected by the current circumstances", said chief executive Akbar Al-Baker.

Later, the authorities of Libya, Yemen, as well as the Maldives and Mauritius also announced about severing diplomatic relations with Qatar.

The clarification came after remarks by Qatar Airways' CEO Akbar Al Baker that the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain were violating global law by shutting out Qatari flights, it stated.