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Saudi confederation expresses "surprise" that Qatar has deserted its demands

A perspective shows buildings in Doha, Qatar, Jun 9, 2017. REUTERS/Naseem Zeitoon
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LONDON – The Saudi-led organisation that imposed sanctions on Qatar has
voiced warn at the country’s rejecting of its list of

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt imposed
sanctions after accusing Qatar of ancillary terrorism and
undermining the confidence of the Gulf region.

The bloc
pronounced in a matter that Qatar’s response “reflects” its
links to terrorism, and voiced its “deep surprise” that
the “legitimate list and judicious demands” had not been

“The Qatari supervision has thwarted all efforts and diplomatic
good offices to solve the crisis,” the statement said,
“reflecting its goal to continue its policy directed at
destabilising confidence of the region.”

The 4 countries cut tactful ties with Qatar on 5th June,
including shutting the country’s land, air and sea links. However,
Turkey has sent food to Qatar, and Qatari officials are in
talks with Turkey and Iran over securing serve supplies. On
23rd June, the Saudi-led bloc issued Qatar with 13
demands, including shutting down media hulk Al-Jazeera, as a
exigency for lifting sanctions.

Qatar rejects the claim that they are
supporting terrorism. Doha’s unfamiliar minster pronounced last week
that the list of demands was “made to be rejected,” according
to Reuters. 

The healthy gas abounding country has pronounced it can withstand sanctions
given its outrageous pot and resources funds. However, on Wednesday
credit rating company
Moody’s lowered the opinion on Qatar’s debt sustainability
from “stable” to “negative,” citing concerns that the diplomatic
predicament would continue into 2018.

Qatar’s batch sell also plummeted after sanctions were
imposed at the start of June, and has continued on a broadly
downward trajectory.

Here is the draft as of 09:01 a.m. BST (04:01 EST):

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