Saudi Arabia will open an embassy in Qatar’s capital city Doha within days, the Kingdom’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Prince Faisal bin Farhan said on Saturday during a joint press conference with his Jordanian counterpart in Riyadh.
The reopening of the embassy is a matter of logistics and will happen once the necessary prodecures are complete, he added.
The leaders of the six-member Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) signed the AlUla declaration at the conclusion of the 41st Gulf summit, ending the dispute with Qatar and restoring full ties with it.
Saudi Arabia formally reopened its airspace and land and sea borders to Qatar on January 4, with commercial flights resuming between Riyadh and Doha as of January 14.
Watch: Passengers check in at #Qatar’s Hamad International Airport, as the first commercial flight to #Saudi Arabia in three and a half years prepares to take off.https://t.co/A1we4CrlmI pic.twitter.com/sdwT8wtfIE— Al Arabiya English (@AlArabiya_Eng) January 11, 2021
The UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt, had severed diplomatic, trade and transport ties with Qatar in June 2017over Doha’s support of terrorism.