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GCC countries’ ties normal, says Alawi
April 19, 2014 , 8 : 55 am GST
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Yousuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah, Minister Responsible for Foreign Affairs.Photo – ONA file
Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain recall envoys to Qatar
: The crisis between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain on one hand and Qatar on the other hand "is over" and become "something of the past", Yousuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah, Minister Responsible for Foreign Affairs has said.
In a statement to the London based Al Hayat London newspaper, part of which was published today, Alawi said that the problem is over and has been solved inside the Gulf home without allowing anyone to intervene.
He described the crisis as "temporary tempest that already passed".
At the same time, he 'underestimated' the withdrawal of ambassadors among these countries.
He further asserted that the relations among the GCC countries are "natural" and pure, contrary to what is said or written about them and added that the relationship among these countries is free of any impurities and that these countries will continue their support for the Arab brothers.
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