On Wednesday, the Turkish parliament approved draft legislation allowing the deployment of Turkish troops to Turkey's military base established in Qatar in 2014 as part of a bilateral defense agreement.
The Foreign Minister stressed that the Turkish forces coming to Qatar are for the benefit of the security of the whole region, adding that Qatar does not expect any change in the mandate of the USA base in the country.
On what was said to be the demands of the states which severed their relations with Qatar, Al-Thani said "There are no clear demands yet, and we are waiting", adding that he does not expect any military escalation in the current crisis.
Former Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal has lived in exile in Doha for years and key figures of the group visit Qatar often.
Qatar will not alter its foreign policy to resolve the rift with other Gulf nations, its foreign minister said.
Saudi Arabia has also closed off Qatar's only land border.
"We have been isolated because we are successful and progressive..."
Trump calls for 'quicker, safer' air-traffic control in bid for privatization
Tell us what you think. "Today we're preposing to take American air travel into the future, finally, finally", said Trump. The plan calls for creating a board with representatives from airlines, unions, trade groups and the federal government.
Qatar has dismissed the charge as cover for an attempt to rein in its independent foreign policy and economy. "This dispute is threatening the stability of the entire region".
He said that contacts were made with the foreign ministers of fraternal and friendly countries, during which everyone expressed their solidarity with Qatar and voiced their hope that the conflict be contained as soon as possible and that efforts are made towards that end, noting that many of them offered their help.
The Qatari foreign minister said he still did not understand what the accusations against Doha were all about.
Ghobas said: "The idea that there is an Islamic solution to Middle East's social and economic problems is not something we are persuaded of".
Sheikh Mohammed said Qatar could nonetheless survive "forever", adding that it respected worldwide agreements and would continue supplying liquefied natural gas to the UAE.