The Saudi Foreign Minister responded to the anchor’s question, saying: “What is important is that we reached an agreement that satisfies everyone, and we strongly believe that the Al-Ula summit developed solutions to the issues that were pending,” as he put it.
Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan indicated that the Al-Ula summit laid the foundations for the cooperation agenda between the Gulf states and the region, he said.
Earlier, the UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Anwar Gargash, announced that his country had withdrawn the list of thirteen demands as a condition for reconciliation with Doha.
Among the most prominent of these conditions were the closure of Al-Jazeera, the reduction of Qatar’s cooperation with Iran, and the closure of the Turkish military base in Doha.
As for the return given by Qatar, it only agreed to freeze the lawsuits it brought against the boycotting countries.