Kuwait has said it will not allow the entry of figures who are currently named on a Qatar-linked terrorism blacklist by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt, local media reported on Tuesday.
Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the UAE, and Bahrain have blacklisted 59 individuals and 12 entities for their support to terrorism whether by supplying money or arms.
In a previous joint statement by the four countries, it said that the list is linked to Qatar, highlighting the latter country’s two-faced policy, which appears to be fighting terrorism on one hand while funneling and supporting terrorist organizations on another.
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