Qatar has dismissed a list of demands submitted by four Arab nations as neither reasonable or actionable.
This list of demands confirms what Qatar has said from the beginning the illegal blockade has nothing to do with combatting terrorism, it is about limiting Qatar's sovereignty, and outsourcing our foreign policy, said Sheikh Saif bin Ahmed Al Thani, director of the Qatari government's communications office, in a statement on Friday.
"The US Secretary of State recently called upon the blockading nations to produce a list of grievances that was 'reasonable and actionable. The British Foreign Secretary asked that the demands be 'measured and realistic.' This list does not satisfy that criteria," added the statement. Tags: #
WASHINGTON: President Ashraf Ghani has said that the Afghan National Army will not last more than six months without US support and the Afghan governm... More
People in Kashmir have their eyes on India's Supreme Court, which is set to hear a plea against Article 35A that gives special status to Indian-ad... More
The Qatari emir says the US president has offered to hold a meeting at his retreat in Camp David to put an end to the Gulf diplomatic crisis. Speak... More
Employment visas issued for private sector companies in Saudi Arabia will now be valid for only one year. According to Minister of Labor and Social... More
RIYADH : Saudi Arabia and Iraq agreed to resolve differences and work together to boost trade on Sunday, after their leaders met for the first: ... More
ISLAMABAD: The joint investigation team (JIT) probing the Sharif family's business dealings abroad has summoned finance minister Ishaq Dar to appe... More
BAHAWALPUR: Collective funeral prayers for the victims of Bahawalpur oil tanker fire was held in Ramzan Joiya village, Ahmedpur East, here on Tuesday ... More
At least 123 people have been burnt alive and dozens of others injured after an oil tanker caught fire and exploded near Bahawalpur in Pakistan's ... More