MIAMI – Saudi Arabia has agreed to open its air, sea, and land borders with Qatar. The move will help to end a dispute that has lasted more than three years and triggered a crisis in the oil-rich Gulf – setting two US allies against each other. According to The Financial Times, Kuwait mediated the agreement and has said that the borders would be open beginning Monday night.
This agreement comes as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salnman, the de facto leader of Saudi Arabia, has increased efforts to end the aforementioned dispute. The Trump administration also pressured the Gulf states to read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”