The Hill: Qatar urges Trump to intervene in Gulf crisis
As the diplomatic crisis in the Gulf nears its first full month, Qatari officials are urging the White House to exert its considerable influence on the nations that have imposed a blockade on the tiny peninsular state.
Qatar is asking the U.S. to pressure Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Egypt and Bahrain to end the isolation that started June 5, when the countries abruptly cut diplomatic ties and closed all land, air and sea borders with the Gulf state.
Several ideas floated by Qatar include placing a hold on weapons deals and halting other contracts signed between the U.S. and those countries.
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WNU Editor: So .... Qatar wants the U.S. to step in and solve their issues and problems with their neighbours .... even when the U.S. said only two days ago that this is an issue solely between Qatar and its neighbours .... White House dubs Gulf crisis 'a family issue' (AFP). Here is an easy prediction .... the U.S. is not going to get involved.