Countries have the right to demand compensation from Qatar: MP


Wed, 23 Aug 2017 - 12:16 GMT

Egyptian Parliament -File photo

Egyptian Parliament -File photo

CAIRO – 23 August 2017: The countries that were affected negatively by the Qatari international polices have the right to demand compensations and turn the whole case to the United Nations Security Council, according to Deputy of National Security and Defense Committee at the Parliament, Yehia Kedwani statements to Egypt Today.

He added on Wednesday, that Doha’s regime was proved to be involved in backing and financing terrorism in several countries, which is completely against all of the international laws and agreements.

“Terrorist entities in Egypt, Libya, Syria and Yemen were found to be backed by Qatar according to several evidences and confessions. These countries have the right to turn to the international organizations demanding compensations,” Al Kedwani said.

Furthermore, Kedwani affirmed that most of the Arabian countries have documents indicating that Qatar conspired against them. “The Arab league should take a firm stance against Doha, stopping it from interfering in other countries’ affairs,” he added
On June 5, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain, decided to cut all diplomatic ties with Qatar, hurling allegations that the state supports terrorism. Ports and airspace were cut off to Qatari vessels.

On June 6, Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Sabah Ahmad Al-Sabah started a tour that included Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Qatar in an attempt to mediate between the three countries.

A list of 13-demands was given to Doha’s government by Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain for reconciliation which includes the closing of Al Jazeera broadcasting; however, Qatar’s response was described as “negative” by the four countries’ foreign ministers in a joint statement released after holding a summit in Cairo July 5.



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