The Qatari Emiri Court said, “Sheikh Tamim sent a telegram to Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, during his departure from Saudi Arabia, in which he praised the fraternal atmosphere that prevailed in the Gulf summit meeting and the efforts made to make it a success.”
He added that the positive results of the meeting will strengthen the march of the Gulf Cooperation Council, bring good to the Gulf peoples, and consolidate solidarity in facing the challenges facing the region.
The Emir of Qatar had left Al-Ula after the conclusion of the Gulf summit, where he was at the forefront of bidding farewell to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah.
Turn the page on the disagreement
For his part, Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani considered today, Tuesday, that holding the Al-Ula summit includes the page of the Gulf dispute.
In a tweet on his Twitter account, he said, “Today, the page of disagreement is embedded, in a spirit of responsibility and striving to open a new page that reinforces the meanings of solidarity and cooperation for the benefit of the Gulf peoples and to face the challenges facing the region.”
He expressed thanks and appreciation to the State of Kuwait for its great efforts to bridge the rift and unite the Gulf.
Today, the page of disagreement includes a spirit of responsibility and the endeavor to open a new page that consolidates the meanings of solidarity and cooperation for the benefit of the Gulf peoples and to confront the challenges facing the region. All thanks and appreciation to the brotherly State of Kuwait for its great efforts to bridge the rift and unite the Gulf. pic.twitter.com/fZ2OyBbNnt
– Muhammad bin Abdulrahman (@MBA_AlThani_) January 5, 2021
He added in another tweet, “Under the leadership and wisdom of Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the Emir of the country, the State of Qatar is looking forward to continuing Gulf and Arab joint work that will benefit the Gulf peoples and the security and stability of the region, hoping that this agreement will achieve further progress, prosperity and prosperity.”