Riyadh Agreement Qatar

Bloomberg said the upcoming agreement would not involve the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt, which along with Saudi Arabia formed a quartet of blocking countries against Qatar. The first agreement with Saudi Arabia, signed in 2013, was negotiated by Kuwait and signed by the Emir of Qatar, in which he promised to implement the terms of the agreement before the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council. The documents of the first agreement showed that Sheikh Tamim signed all the points requested by the Gulf States and the importance of creating a new phase of fraternal relations. The Riyadh agreements put together – models of brevity – represent at least three interesting legal issues. Did the fact that the Riyadh agreements were secret pacts for several years before their existence was made public undermine their validity? Second, to what extent can Egypt rely on or enforce the agreements? Finally, what is the extent of the rights and obligations under the agreements and what responses could the parties take in the event of a breach? Qatar and Saudi Arabia are close to striking a preliminary agreement to end a dispute that has pitted the Gulf neighbors against each other for more than three years, sources told Al Jazeera. « This [news of the expected agreement] is a big step in the right direction, which at least paves the way for a resolution of conflicts that will take years, » Andreas Krieg, an assistant professor at King`s College London, said pending the agreement with Al Jazeera. In this context, the resigning Minister of Transport, Saleh al-Jabwani, attacked the Saudi declaration on obtaining a mechanism to speed up the implementation of the agreement. He wrote on Twitter that the STC`s self-management was « an illegal decision by a group of rebels who conquered Aden, and they fail on the ground; So why would Nizar Haitham celebrate the reversal of this decision and officially offer them Aden on Republican order? For its part, the Yemeni government welcomed the Saudi declaration on a mechanism to accelerate the implementation of the Riyadh agreement. In a statement to The Arab Weekly, the Undersecretary of the Yemeni Ministry of Information, Najib Ghellab, described the start of the implementation of the Riyadh agreement as the onset of major transformations on several levels, the most of which is rebuilding the legitimate government to enable it to carry e th at eth at tuna and address the shorting. In addition, the rebalancing of its structure will enable it to fulfill its missions and achieve the objectives of the fight, while the agreement will put an end to the false aspirations of a party to deal with the legitimate government as if it were its private property. « We hope that the Yemeni government will face the zeal of the other parties to implement the Riyadh agreement with similar interest and to show seriousness and credibility in the implementation of this agreement, which the STC has dealt positively with numerous concessions, the last of which was to abandon its previous decision of self-management » Saleh told The Arab Weekly. Ghallab pointed out that starting the implementation of the agreement will place Qatar and its networks in a major predicament « after they had failed to hinder its implementation through flaming public opinion, deforming the agreement, slandering the coalition, the government, and the STC, trying to deflect the battle towards blowing up the liberated areas to serve the Hous. » None of this has happened.

Meanwhile, Bishara and his leftist nationalist agenda have received more money and attention, and Qaradawi and other leading Islamists remain the main backers of Al Jazeera and other Qatari-backed media.