Arab states aim to pile more stress on Qatar over 2013 accord
(MENAFN) The Saudi-led coalition containing Bahrain, UAE and Egypt are aiming to make more stress on Qatar over charges it backs terrorism.
Additionally, the text of the 2013 deal, whose existence was known but whose contents have never before been made public, was publish by CNN first.
Accordingly, the documents published involving the Riyadh Agreement, its Executive Mechanism and the Riyadh Supplementary Agreement (2014).
On June 5, the four nation's slapped sanctions, charging it of helping terrorism, cozying up to Iran, back the Muslim Brotherhood.
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