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Turkey rejects demand to close military base in Qatar

26 Juin 2017

Limit cooperation to trade without violating either USA and U.S. sanctions or GCC security.

The Iranian president also highlighted the significance of unity and integrity in the Muslim world and said Tehran and Doha can undoubtedly cooperate with each other in this field. "I made the same offer to King Salman... and said that if it's appropriate we could also establish a base in Saudi Arabia".

Qatar denies critics' accusations of supporting extremist elements. Qatar, who has been accused of providing financing to Al-Qaeda and other Islamist groups, has rebuffed these demands saying they are an impingement of its sovereignty and have nothing to do with fighting terrorism.

In a statement, Al-Jazeera said the shutdown demand was "nothing but an attempt to silence the freedom of expression in the region and to suppress people's right to information and the right to be heard". Erdogan demanded. "No offence, but Turkey is not such an ordinary country". For the following 10 years, Qatar would be monitored annually for compliance. Agreement would decide mechanism.

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He added: "As a family we went to the beaches in the United Kingdom almost every summer and the boys went without us sometimes". The circumstances surrounding their deaths will also be considered as part of the inquest into the five friends' loss of life.

If Qatar agrees to comply, the list asserts that it will be audited once a month for the first year, and then once per quarter in the second year after it takes effect.

Doha, whose neighbors have closed their airspace to Qatari flights, has said it was reviewing the list of demands, but said it was not reasonable or actionable. While some of the elements will be very hard for Qatar to meet, there are significant areas which provide a basis for ongoing dialogue leading to resolution.

Tillerson added: "A productive next step would be for each of the countries to sit together and continue this conversation". Bahrain, one of the other countries involved in the spat, is host to U.S. Naval Forces Central Command and the U.S. Fifth Fleet. A lowering of rhetoric would also help ease the tension. "The United States will continue to stay in close contact with all parties and will continue to support the mediation efforts of the Emir of Kuwait", the statement added.

Turkey, the most powerful regional player to stand with Qatar, has increased the number of its troops in the base since the crisis erupted.