Saudi Arabia’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Abdullah al-Mouallimi, denied the statements credited to him about waiving or abandoning the list of demands that was given to Qatar, reported Al Hadath, Al Arabiya sister chanel.
Al-Mouallimi explained that what is important now is to abide by the six principles issued by the four countries after their meeting in Cairo.
“Qatar has to implement all the demands that was passed to it,” he said. “Qatar will not evade it by seeking support abroad.” “We are going to head to international forums, including the Security Council, if Qatar does not comply,” he said.
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