Weeks after Gulf leaders signed a “solidarity and stability” statement in Saudi Arabia ending a three-and-a-half-year blockade on Qatar, Bahrain still does not seem to be completely on board.
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The four countries had abruptly cut ties with their neighbour in June 2017, accusing it of being too close to Iran and funding radical movements in the region, charges Doha staunchly denied.
These demands included closing the Al Jazeera news network, ending Turkish military presence in Qatar and cutting diplomatic ties with Iran – all of which were turned down.
Since the summit putting an end to the blockade, however, Bahrain has been sending mixed signals.
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