UAE’s Minister of State for Federal National Council Affairs Noura Al-Kaabi has said that Qatar’s “inconsistent policies” over the years have confused and produced “unpredictable results” over the years.
“We have suffered 20 years from Qatar’s double standards at all levels,” Al-Kaabi said.
The UAE minister pointed out that Qatar was suffering from "small state complex” that push Doha to recently seek talk about possibility of Turkish forces deployment.
On Monday, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the UAE, Yemen and the eastern-based government of Libya cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing the Gulf country of supporting terrorist groups and interfering in the internal affairs of neighboring countries.
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