Arab countries agree to restore ties with Qatar; sign declaration ending 3-year feud

Arab countries agree to restore ties with Qatar; sign declaration ending 3-year feud

Saudi Arabia and its Arab allies have agreed to revive relations with Qatar as they signed a declaration placing an finish to a 3 year-long standoff. In line with the experiences by AP, Saudi Arabia stated it was restoring full diplomatic relations with Qatar. Additionally, in a significant landmark determination, air journey between Qatar and Saudi Arabia resumed from January 11.

Saudi Arabia restores ties with Qatar 

A Qatar Airways aircraft took off from Doha’s airport as the primary industrial flight between Qatar and Saudi in practically three and a half years. The flight departed at 10:45 GMT from Doha’s airport and touched down in King Khalid Worldwide Airport at 12:10 GMT. In the meantime, a Saudi Airways aircraft flew from Riyadh to Doha departing the dominion on Monday. 

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Gulf nations the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt had closed their airspace for Qatar in June 2015 as relations between the Gulf nations thawed over Doha’s cementing of relations with Iran and considerations of terrorism. Sources of Al Arabiya TV revealed that Qatar will reroute the aeroplanes as soon as once more that can fly above Saudi Arabia’s airspace as the dominion eliminated the journey ban and reopened air borders with the Gulf state. Final week, a Doha-Johannesburg journey flight unofficially flew above Saudi, making it the primary aircraft to make a historic journey since 2015. In the meantime, sources at Al-Arabiya additionally revealed that Egypt will quickly be the following Gulf nation to open its airspace to Qatar flights foundation Doha’s fulfilment of ‘Egyptian necessities’.

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Earlier, Qatar’s ruler Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani landed on the Saudi metropolis of al-Ula on Qatar Airways Airbus A340 for the 41st Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Summit and was acquired by Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS). The aircraft emblazoned with the textual content “QATAR” landed northwestern Saudi Arabia. Saudi, in a historic transfer, opened its airspace and land and sea borders with Qatar for the primary time after the 2 nations reached a breakthrough settlement, ending Saudi’s long-standing dispute with Doha.

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(Picture Credit: AP)

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