The solution of the Crisis crisis will not adversely affect Doha-Tehran relations

Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) cut all diplomatic ties with Qatar on June 5, 2017, with the irrigation “supported by terr groups” and started an economic embargo on this country.

These principles lifted the embargo on Qatar for 3.5 years, reestablished diplomatic ties and cut borders at the 41st Summit of the Council of the Union of Crfez Unions (KK) held on January 5 in Al-Ula, Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Qatar Emir Al Sani gave a sincere image by hugging Kovid-19 at the airport.

The Middle East Center for Strategic Studies (CMESS) in Iran, research striker and journalist Abas Aslani and political expert and journalist-writer Peyman Yezdani evaluated the crisis of the crisis and its impact on Doha-Tehran relations.

– “Saudi Arabia and Qatar bar will not weaken relations between Doha and Tehran”

CMESS research striker and journalist Aslani said that solving problems between the countries of the region could serve the regional bar and stability, and Iran also wanted to normalize its relations with Saudi Arabia, but did not get a positive response from Riyadh.

Stating that Qatar will continue its independent policy regarding Tehran, Aslani said, “Saudi Arabia and Qatar bar will not weaken the relations between Doha and Tehran. Qatar will preserve its relations with Iran. Qatar will have the opportunity to mediate this development between Iran and the Arab countries in Krfez. This serves the bar and stability in the region. The failure of the Saudis has also increased Qatar’s self-reliance. ” used expressions.

Stating that the resolution of the problems between Qatar and Saudi Arabia will not have a negative impact on the arguments between Tehran and Doha, Aslani said:

“The Qatari rulers said that their relationship with a country would not affect their relationship with a third country. In the declaration published after the KK Summit on January 5, de Iran was not named. This shows that Qatar and Saudi Arabia differ in Iran. Its relationship with Iran is distinct from its relationship with Saudi Arabia. I do not think that Qatar will follow an Iranian policy. Tension does not serve the stomach of any country in the region. ”

Noting that the policy of Saudi Arabia and other countries to isolate and subordinate Qatar failed, Aslani said, “Normalization is the admission of the failure of the Riyadh administration against Doha. Saudi Arabia means that it will not subordinate the other country to itself through pressure and lightning. Riyadh is concerned that the new administration will not support its own policies as before. So the new administration in Washington sought to reduce the negative effects by taking such a step before they could strike. ” found in the evaluation.

– “Saudi Arabia will show up to break relations with Qatar and Iran”

Political expert and journalist-writer Yezdani also stated that the Qatari administration has pursued a policy of balance between Iran and Saudi Arabia, despite the possibility that the conflicts between Doha and Riyadh may become a problem again in the future.

Saying that Qatar will maintain its relations with Iran, one of the strong states in the region, Yezdani said, “The observation of the problems between Saudi Arabia and Qatar will not affect the relations between Doha and Tehran. I do not think that Qatar will follow an Iranian policy. Qatari officials act wisely and with Iran. It gives moisture to the bone marrow. Qatar’s normalization with Saudi Arabia will not weaken their relationship with Iran. ” share your gray.

Pointing out that Qatar and Saudi Arabia cannot agree on many issues, Yezdani said, “The Saudi Arabian side will try to break relations with Qatar and impose its own policy on Doha. Qatar, like some Arab countries in the region, will show up. It does not follow the policies of the company. ” he dwelling.

Yezdani, who defended the United States, benefiting from all kinds of opportunities to stand in the military region, concluded with his words:

“Saudi Arabia knew that Democrats, and Joe Biden in particular, would pressure them on human rights issues. So they could not kneel by imposing an embargo on Qatar, and they went to policy change before Trump won elections.”

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