Qatar's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani made it clear today, Wednesday, that the Abraham Agreement is not compatible with Doha's policy because it does not offer any prospect for ending the occupation.

The Qatari official added - during his speech on the second day of the Global Security Forum 2021 held in the Qatari capital, Doha - that it is not possible to rely on economic normalization with Israel as long as the occupation exists.

Regarding the Gulf crisis, he stressed that everyone lost because of it, and explained that everyone won with the announcement of the Al-Ula agreement after the reconciliation.

"The misunderstanding with the neighboring countries had reasons that we hope will not resurface," he said.

On relations with Iran, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar stressed that the GCC countries should communicate with Tehran away from any interference, and said, "It is in our interest to restore the nuclear agreement and we will provide any support required to achieve this."

"We are witnessing positive momentum between Saudi Arabia and Iran, and we encourage that," he added.

Regarding the developments in Afghanistan, Sheikh Muhammad bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani said that the approach of international cooperation in this matter should be adopted. He said, "We have engaged with all Afghan factions and maintain a good relationship with them."

He stressed that his country has played the role of a neutral mediator and seeks for Afghanistan to be a stable and inclusive country, stressing that issues cannot be resolved without dealing with the caretaker government in Afghanistan.

Reuters quoted the Qatari official as saying in the same meeting that there is no clear path to unfreezing the funds of the Afghan government, stressing that international communication with Kabul is important.

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