Qatar's emir says ready to talk to end crisis

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Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, who is now on a tour of Europe, said Qatar maintains its stance on dialogue to resolve the dispute with its neighbouring Arab states.

In early June, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates broke off diplomatic relations with Qatar, accusing it of supporting terrorism and interfering in their internal affairs.

His Highness the Emir thanked Merkel for the efforts made by Germany and its role in resolving differences through dialogue as well as its support for the Kuwaiti initiative, which Qatar has been supporting from the beginning and will continue to support until a solution that satisfies all parties is reached.

"It's cause for great concern that after 100 days a solution to this conflict is still not in sight", she said.

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The Qatari emir says he is ready to sit at a negotiating table to solve the three-month-long regional crisis.

In an interview with the news magazine Le Point last week, Macron said both Qatar and Saudi Arabia had financed "groups that are not the same ones, but which have de facto contributed to terrorism".

French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday asked for the embargo imposed against Qatar to be lifted "as soon as possible". He left the Elysee palace without speaking to the press.

The Arab Federation for Human Rights refuted allegations made by the National Human Rights Committee in Qatar about the alleged violation of global law by four anti-terrorism countries, Saudi Press Agency reported Saturday.

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But as the emir was in Ankara calling for dialogue, a Qatari exile held a conference in London that explored the possibility of a "bloodless coup" overthrowing the government in Doha.

For his part, Sheikh Tamim said Qatar maintains its stance on dialogue to resolve the dispute with its neighboring Arab states.

"Qatar is on way to become subservient to Iran as it allows Tehran to breach its sovereignty, control its foreign policy matters and run its domestic affairs", they said, noting that now Doha has become the mouthpiece of Tehran, and turned to be its main agent and spy in the Arab region. "And I don't believe the current regime in Qatar is acting for the good of my people".

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