The coordinated move suggests the Gulf states are seeking to lessen the humanitarian impact of their June 5 severing of ties with Qatar, in retaliation for what they call its support for terrorism and their regional foe Iran.
In a joint press conference with Bahrain's foreign minister, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Turkey would continue efforts to end a regional dispute that has sought to isolate Qatar.
The government of Qatar has hired John Ashcroft, the U.S. attorney general during the September 11 attacks, as it seeks to rebut accusations from U.S. President Donald Trump and its Arab neighbours that it supports terrorism.
Sergey Lavrov met Qatar's foreign minister, Sheikh Mohammed Al Thani, in Moscow on Saturday and said "we have observed with concern the news of this escalation".
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"Our president has also stressed the need to resolve this upsetting issue before the end of Ramadan, as it is against our religion, beliefs, and traditions, especially during the month of Ramadan", Cavusoglu said. Sheikh Mohammed said his aim was to inform Russian Federation about "illegal measures" taken against Qatar.
Turkish mass-circulation newspaper Hurriyet reported on Friday that after an initial deployment of Turkish troops at a base in Doha, Turkish warplanes and ships will also be sent. "We are in favour of resolving any disagreements through. dialogue", Mr Lavrov said.
Donald Trump backed Riyadh and Abu Dhabi's decision to isolate Qatar while the U.S. secretaries of defence and state sought to calm the situation among its closest Arab partners, all of whom play a key role in USA counterterrorism and security policies in the region. Worldwide terrorism, violent extremism and religious intolerance pose grave threat not only to regional stability but also to the global peace and order and must be confronted by all countries in a coordinated and comprehensive manner, it said.
Qatar is the base of American military's Central Command.
The United Arab Emirates praised Trump's "leadership in challenging Qatar's troubling support for extremism" in a separate statement released on Friday.