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In a sign of strong support for the archipelago kingdom, the U.S. State Department approved a USD 3.8 billion arms sale, including F-16s.
Sultan Saad al-Muraikhi, Qatar’s permanent envoy to the Arab League praised Iran as an “honorable state” at a meet in Cairo.
Arab countries blockading Doha hailed the Emir of Kuwait for trying to resolve the GCC’s months-old crisis.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, spoke by phone to Qatar’s Emir Tamim for the first time since Riyadh severed relations with Doha in June
Omani officials helped coordinate the release of Tom Uzhunnalil, a priest from India who was abducted in Yemen last year
United Arab Emirates
In addition to speaking with Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince and the Emir of Qatar, President Trump spoke with the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.