Qatar has been told by the four countries that isolated Qatar have reportedly handed over a list of 13 demands to be met with in 10 days to comply.
The countries Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt had sent Qatar the list of demands.
The demands aimed at ending the worst Gulf Arab crisis in years appear designed to quash a two-decade-old foreign policy in which Qatar has punched well above its weight, striding the stage as a peace broker, often in conflicts in Muslim lands.
Some of the key demands by the four countries are
To lower diplomatic ties with Iran.
To once for all Shut down the Al Jazeera new channel.
To stop any development of a Turkish military base in the country.
To stop supporting terrorist organizations.
Refrain from interfering in the four countries internal affairs.
Should stop the process of giving Qatari nationality to citizens of the four countries.
Though Qatar’s neighbours have focused their grievances on alleged Qatari support for extremism, they have also voiced loud concerns about Qatar’s relationship with Iran
Qatar’s government did not have any immediate reaction to the list. Nor did the United States.