Which Arab countries have finally welcomed this statement?
Algeria, Lebanon, Libya and Yemen.
What is the position of Bahraini and Emirati to date?
They have not yet made an official comment.
The Arab welcome continues with the statement by the State of Kuwait on the march towards Gulf reconciliation and the developments in efforts to resolve them amid the silence of Bahraini and Emirati.
On Saturday, Algeria, Lebanon, Libya and Yemen welcomed the statement of the state of Kuwait, and Algerian Foreign Minister Sabri Boukadoum said his country “supports Kuwait’s efforts in the hope that it will be successful and good for all peoples in the region. “
This came during a press conference with his Italian counterpart Luigi Di Maio, who is visiting the country, according to the official Algerian radio.
Boukadoum reiterated Algeria’s “principled position in support of all efforts aimed at promoting political solutions to the crises”.
Meanwhile, the Lebanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates said, “We welcome the progress that has been made in the talks aimed at reaching a final agreement on Gulf reconciliation.”
In a statement, she expressed her “ambition to make more concerted Arab efforts to ensure security, stability and prosperity for our Arab peoples and countries”.
Libya also welcomed Kuwait’s statement as Foreign Ministry spokesman Muhammad al-Qiblawi affirmed his country’s “ continued support for all efforts to resolve Arab crises and disputes. ”
In a tweet on “Twitter”, Al-Kablawi conveyed his country’s ambitions “until these efforts will soon lead to the final agreement to achieve the desired stability in the region for the benefit of the population.”
In turn, the Yemeni government welcomed Kuwait’s statement in a statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported by the official Yemeni agency “Saba”, expressing its appreciation for efforts to achieve reconciliation in the Gulf.
On Friday, United Nations Secretary General António Guterres, Secretary General of the Organization for Islamic Cooperation, Yousef Al-Othaimeen, Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council, welcomed Nayef Al-Hajraf, alongside the Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Palestinian Presidency, the statement of the Kuwaiti Foreign Minister to resolve the crisis and the statement of the Kuwaiti Foreign Minister.
On Friday, Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Ahmed Nasser Al-Sabah unveiled “fruitful” discussions that took place recently in the context of achieving reconciliation and supporting and achieving solidarity and stability in the Gulf and the Arabs.
The German news agency also quoted Kuwaiti Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Al-Jarallah as saying, “The Gulf crisis is over and a final agreement has been reached.”
It was noteworthy that Qatar and Saudi Arabia welcomed the reconciliation and ignored the UAE and Bahrain, after the state of Qatar welcomed Kuwait’s statement and considered it an important step towards a resolution of the conflict, and expressed its gratitude for the efforts that Kuwait has been making since the beginning of the crisis.
Meanwhile, Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan expressed appreciation of the Kingdom for Kuwait’s efforts to bridge the gap in positions on the crisis, expressing his country’s desire to ‘make these efforts successful. reward for the interest and well-being of the region ‘.
Since June 5, 2017, Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt have imposed a land, air and naval blockade on Qatar, claiming their support for the terrorism and its relationship with Iran, while Doha denies and considers the charges of terrorism it as an “attempt to undermine his sovereignty and independent decision”.