On Friday, Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said the four Arab states were drawing up a list of "grievances" and would present them soon, warning that Qatar could not fund extremism and remain on good terms with neighbouring states.
Saudi Arabia has led other Arab nations in cutting diplomatic ties to Qatar on June 5 over allegations the nation supports extremists.
Qatar has denied funding terror groups, but has had its borders with Saudi Arabia sealed, air space closed and diplomatic ties with Bahrain, the UAE and Egypt severed. When it is becoming obvious that the very goal of Riyadh summit and the so-called IMA was to isolate Iran and now Qatar, Pakistan must seek an immediate withdrawal from that alliance before it is too late and the sectarian divide in the Gulf destabilises the state and society of Pakistan.
Jubeir did not detail what demands could be made.
CEO Saad al-Kaabi said that although there was a "force majeure" clause in the agreement on the Dolphin gas pipeline, which links Qatar's giant North Field with the UAE, Qatar would not stop supplies for other reasons.
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At the time, he was just the second known person to ever survive a trip over the falls without a barrel or safety device. A dispatcher from the Niagara Falls Fire Department said crews were called to the scene around noon Friday.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan raised eyebrows over the weekend when he said King Salman agreed to consider an offer to establish a Turkish military base in the kingdom alongside a Turkish base in Qatar.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif also pointed the finger at Saudi Arabia, during a visit to Norway this week.
Tillerson has already met with top officials from Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the U.A.E.in recent days.
"If you are a true ally, and a member of the GCC", he says, "you can not be supporting extremist groups, you can not be in the same trench with Iran". Doha says it is being targeted due to its independent foreign policy.
Bloomberg reports that the $12-billion deal was signed by Qatari defence minister Khalid Al-Attiyah and his U.S. counterpart, Jim Mattis in Washington on Wednesday.
The Trump administration's position was clouded further this week when the Defense Department announced that Qatar would sign a $12 billion deal to buy as many as 36 F-15 jets from the U.S.