Report: The UAE and Egypt do “not welcome” development in Saudi-Qatari ties
Regarding the discussion, the New Khalij has cited the sources as saying, "it has become clear that the UAE and Cairo are not welcoming the Saudi-Qatari agreements."
- The UAE and Egypt are not eager towards Saudi Arabia’s efforts to reconcile with Qatar.
The UAE and Egypt “do not welcome” recent improvements in the relationship between Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
According to The New Khalij, which specializes in monitoring the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) news, well-informed sources have disclosed the information.
The UAE and Egypt disagree with Saudi Arabia.
The Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Zayed, discussed Saudi Arabia’s reported steps towards reconciliation with Qatar in a meeting in the Egyptian capital on Tuesday.
Regarding the discussion, the New Khalij has cited the sources as saying, “it has become clear that the UAE and Cairo are not welcoming the Saudi-Qatari agreements.”
“The UAE is seeking to disrupt the formal declaration of reconciliation by stirring up a fake tension between Manama and Doha,” the sources said.
They added that the recent Bahraini-Qatari tension was being driven by Abu Dhabi’s desire to disrupt the move to announce these “understandings.”
Last month, three Qatari coastguard vessels stopped two Bahraini coastguard boats that were returning after taking part in a maritime exercise.
A spokesman for the Egyptian presidency, Bassam Radi, said that the efforts to reach reconciliation between the blockading countries and Qatar have yet to result in any final decisions.
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