Sacuudi Carabiya iyo Qatar ayaa ogolaaday in la furo

Dowladaha Sacuudi Carabiya iyo Qatar ayaa ku heshiiyay in dib loo furo xadka cirka iyo badda, laga bilaabo Isniinta, wasiirka arrimaha dibadda ee Kuweyt ayaa ku dhawaaqay, isagoo u cuskanaya heshiis lagu xallinayo khilaaf siyaasadeed oo sababay in Riyadh iyo xulafadeeda ay xiriir la yeeshaan Qatar. .

Wasiirka arrimaha dibadda ee Kuweyt Ahmad Nasser Al-Sabah ayaa hadalkan ka sheegay TV-ga cusub ee ay maamusho dowladda Qatar Isniintii.

Bishii Juun 2017, dowladaha Khaliijka ee Sacuudi Carabiya, Isutagga Imaaraatka Carabta, Baxrayn iyo Masar – waxay ku eedeeyeen Qadar inay taageerto argagixisada oo ay aad ugu dhowdahay Iran ayna jartay xiriirkii dhaqaale iyo diblomaasiyadeed ee ay la lahayd dalalka Carabta.

Waxa kale oo ay xayiraad saareen dhulka, badda iyo hawada Qatar.

Qatar ayaa dhowr jeer beenisay eedeymahaas waxayna sheegtay in aysan jirin “Cudur daar sharci” xiriirka ka jaray.

Kuweyt ayaa dhexdhexaadin ka dhex waday Qatar iyo afar dal oo carbeed.

Bishii la soo dhaafay, Golaha Iskaashiga Khaliijka (GCC) ayaa sheegay in Amiirka Qatar lagu casuumay shir madaxeedka toddobaadka dambe ka dhacaya Sacuudi Carabiya iyadoo ay socdaan dadaalo lagu xalinayo khilaafka.

Amiirka Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani ayaa casuumaad rasmi ah ka helay Boqorka Sacuudiga Salmaan shirkii 5-ta Janaayo ee GCC.

Bayaan ay soo saartay wakaaladda wararka ee dowladda Sacuudi Carabiya maalintii Isniinta ayaa lagu sheegay in amiirka leh dhaxalka boqortooyada Mohammed bin Salman uu sheegay in shir madaxeedka GCC uu noqon doono mid guuleysta. “Loo dhan yahay”, u horseedaya gobollada Mideynta iyo midnimada si wax looga qabto caqabadaha ka jira gobolkeena.

Jamal Al-Shayyal oo ka tirsan Aljazeera ayaa sheegay in ku dhawaaqida isniinta kulanka uu ahaa “mid aad muhiim ugu ah Roadmap-ka”.

Shuruudda horudhaca ah ee ay dadka reer Qatar ka hadlayeen ayaa ah inaysan macno samaynaynin in laga wada hadlo ama la saxiixo heshiis inta ay jirto cunaqabatayn aan cadaalad ahayn oo sharci daro ah.

XIGASHO : AL JAZEERA.

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