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Boycotting Countries Demand FIFA Strip Qatar of World Cup 2022

Boycotting Countries Demand FIFA Strip Qatar of World Cup 2022

French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian arrived in Saudi Arabia to help address the ongoing Qatar diplomatic crisis.

Amid Tillerson's visit to Doha, Qatar and the USA additionally signed the consent to help battle "terrorism financing".

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson spoke with the emir of Kuwait and stressed Washington's "support" for his efforts to mediate a solution to the crisis, Kuwait's KUNA news agency said.

Mr Le Drian met with Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the Saudi crown prince, and Adel Al Jubeir, the foreign minister, in Jeddah on Saturday.

When UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash said the boycott of Qatar will continue, he meant that the U.S. secretary of state's efforts have failed, and that Arabs have realized that Washington has given in to political opportunism and self-interest.

But these problems are small compared to the 800 lb gorrilla in the room; Qatar is a well known financier of extremist Islamist groups.

While Saudi Arabia is a key United States ally, Qatar is home to the United States military's largest air base in the region, Al-Udeid. The Gulf Cooperation Council, in short, wants Qatar's rulers to stop undermining the cause of Arab royalty by henceforth adhering faithfully to the monarchial line as set forth by the Saudis. This was after USA president, Donald Trump completed a back to back meetings with the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), including the Emir of Qatar.

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Saudi Arabia and its allies imposed sanctions on Doha on June 5, including closing its only land border, denying Qatar access to their airspace and ordering their citizens back from the emirate.

They accused Qatar of supporting terrorism, having close relations with Iran, and using exiled activists and media outlets to attack Arab regimes.

The United States, a longtime ally of Sunni-ruled Saudi Arabia, has given mixed signals about its policy on the Gulf crisis.

"Federation Internationale de Football Association president Gianni Infantino has said", he does not believe that the diplomatic crisis which has embroiled 2022 World Cup host nation Qatar will threaten its staging of the tournament.

Qatar invited companies to bid on the project past year, before the Saudi-led trade boycott against Qatar that began in June. The alliance has moreover struggled to come up with a set of demands that many in the global community have said need to be reasonable and actionable.

The report quoted two Qatari bankers as saying that the diplomatic crisis was "the main reason for the deal being postponed, as it had reduced banks' appetite for the transaction".