January 4th local time, Qatar’s state news agency confirmed that Qatar’s head of state, Emir Tamim, will lead a delegation to participate in the 41st GCC Leaders Summit in Saudi Urallah on January 5.
The Gulf crisis, which lasted for three and a half years, has taken a major turn for a major turn.
Earlier on the evening of the 4th, after returning to Kuwait after returning to Kuwait after his visit to Qatar, Kuwait’s Foreign Minister announced that Saudi Arabia and Qatar had reached an agreement to reopen the land, sea and air borders.
Subsequently, Qatar announced that Emir Tamim would lead a delegation to the summit held in Saudi Arabia on the 5th.
On June 5, 2017, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and other countries suddenly announced that they had severed diplomatic relations with Qatar and imposed a blockade on Qatar.
Over the past three and a half years, many mediations by the international community have had little effect.