Xinhua News Agency, Doha, December 4th Qatar Emir (Head of State) Tamim will travel to Saudi Arabia to attend the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) summit, which will be attended by Saudi King Salman.
According to Qatar News Agency's evening report on the 4th, Thamim received a letter of invitation from Salman, including the invitation to Tamim to attend the 39th GCC summit in Saudi Arabia on the 9th of this month. The invitation letter was submitted by the Secretary General of the GCC, Zayani, who is visiting Qatar.Qatar senior political commentator Nybir said that due to the international political and economic situation, the peace factor in the Gulf region has been increasing. The invitation letter from Salman to Tamim is the important point of Saudi Arabia's intention to resolve the crisis of the Gulf. signal.
On June 5, 2017, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt announced that they had broken diplomatic relations with Qatar on the grounds that Qatar supported terror and damaged regional security, and imposed an embargo and blockade on Qatar. Subsequently, several countries announced the breaking of diplomatic relations with Qatar or the reduction of diplomatic relations with Qatar.