Adel Tayari -TDO- (TUNISIA) The US State Department said it was surprising that Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, which is besieging Qatar, have not yet filed a complaint against Doha. The longer the waiting period for Gulf states to file complaints, the greater the doubts about measures taken against Qatar, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said and she is wondered about the real reasons behind the blockade, the US administration expressed its surprise at the fact that countries that claim that Qatar supports terrorism have not yet submitted their complaints.
The US State Department said, "As Gulf countries have not yet lodged their complaints against Qatar, we have one question, or are the actions taken by these countries against Qatar really stem from their concern over allegations of Qatar's support for terrorism or are they linked to the old problems between the GCC countries? “and She said that She encouraged all parties to reduce tension and initiate a constructive dialogue, and she added “We call on them to focus on the fundamental and international goal, which is to fight terrorism, to fulfill their commitments made in Riyadh, noting that US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had conducted twenty phone calls aimed at resolving the Gulf crisis since. Since the start of this serious crisis. Although the crisis enters the third week, countries besieged Qatar have spoken of accusations, demands, and complaints, but has not provided any evidence yet. Which put these countries in a real dilemma, they did not expect to fall in front of their peoples and the world public opinion, where all their plans to conspire against Qatar, fabricate charges and spread lies were revealed.