By Adel Tayari –TDO- (TUNUSIA) Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al-Thani affirmed his country's keenness on adopting a dialogue approach to resolve the Gulf crisis and its willingness to sit at the table of dialogue with the four countries of the blockade to resolve the crisis on the basis of respect for international law and the sovereignty of the State of Qatar.
In a press statement following his meeting with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Thursday, July 27 in New York, Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani said "I briefed the UN Security Council on the existing violations. We also met with many officials and explained to them how this crisis was based on a weak basis, an electronic penetration, which is considered an electronic terrorism against the State of Qatar". Pointing out that the Security Council and the General Assembly had a special role if violations continued by the besieged States.
On the other hand, the Qatari Foreign Minister expressed his country's condemnation of the measures being taken by the occupation forces against the Palestinian people in Jerusalem and the condemnation by the State of Qatar of any actions that undermine the security of the Al-Aqsa Mosque.