Qatar introduced hard requirements: to close the “al-Jazeera” and to limit ties with Iran

Abu Dhabi, UAE (CNN) — Four Arab States which have insulated Qatar, the country presented a list of 13 demands, some of which will probably lead Doha in rage and exacerbate the worst in decades, a crisis in the region.

The Agency “Reuters” reported that Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Qatar have given Egypt ten days to respond to a list of demands, referring to the official representative of one of these countries.

Here are a few key requirements:

— close media network, “al-Jazeera” and all its branches;

— to stop the development of Turkish military bases in the country;

— to cut diplomatic ties with Iran;

— break ties with terrorist organizations;

— to stop interfering in the Affairs of the four countries;

— to stop to give Qatari citizenship to citizens of these four countries.

June 5, the Arab countries cut off ties with Qatar, accusing it of supporting terrorism and destabilization of the region. Qatar, which is on land borders only with Saudi Arabia, rejected all the accusations, calling them “unfounded” and “groundless.”

Officially, Qatar has not yet responded to the demands.

Four countries have given Doha ten days to answer the request, and said that otherwise, the list will be cancelled.

The list was handed over to Qatar neighbouring Kuwait, which plays the role of a mediator in the crisis, said the Qatari “al-Jazeera”. It was submitted more than two weeks after Saudi Arabia led the coordinated freezing of diplomatic and trade relations of the nine countries with Qatar.

Also demanded that Qatar paid reparations Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt for the destruction and losses incurred in connection with the policy of Qatar, according to Reuters.

It is reported that compliance will be monitored, including, through monthly reports in the first year and reports every three months during the second year, and then another for ten years — through reports once a year, according to officials.

Earlier this week, the speaker of the US State Department Nauert Heather (Heather Nauert) reported that the US is “puzzled” by the fact that the Gulf States still have not endorsed such a list of requirements.

According to the state Secretary Rex Tillerson (Rex Tillerson), the United States hopes that handed Qatar a list of requirements would be “reasonable and feasible”.

When you create the material helped staff the CNN Angela Duane (Angela Dewan), But Heba (Heba Moussa) and Hajihosseini Alireza (Alireza Hajihosseini).