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The UAE has given Qatar’s diplomatic mission in Abu Dhabi 48 hours to leave the country

Qatari residents and tourists in the UAE have been given 14 days to leave the emirates after the UAE, along with three other countries, has severed diplomatic ties with Qatar.

The UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Bahrain have broken air land and sea contact with the Gulf country as according to Saudi's national news agency, Qatar has been promoting terror and extremism through its support of the Muslim Brotherhood and its backing of Iran.

UAE diplomats have also reportedly been given 48 hours to leave Qatar in the fall out.

The UAE Government has issued a statement on its decision to sever ties with Qatar, along with Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt.

The UAE affirms its complete commitment and support to the Gulf Cooperation Council and to the security and stability of the GCC States. Within this framework, and based on the insistence of the State of Qatar to continue to undermine the security and stability of the region and its failure to honor international commitments and agreements, it has been decided to take the following measures that are necessary for safeguarding the interests of the GCC States in general and those of the brotherly Qatari people in particular:

  1. In support of the statements issued by the sisterly Kingdom of Bahrain and sisterly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates severs all relations with the State of Qatar, including breaking off diplomatic relations, and gives Qatari diplomats 48 hours to leave the UAE.

 

  1. Preventing Qatari nationals from entering the UAE or crossing its points of entry, giving Qatari residents and visitors in the UAE 14 days to leave the country for precautionary security reasons. The UAE nationals are likewise banned from traveling to or staying in Qatar or transiting through its territories.

 

  1. Closure of UAE airspace and seaports for all Qataris in 24 hours and banning all Qatari means of transportation, coming to or leaving the UAE, from crossing, entering or leaving the UAE territories, and taking all legal measures in collaboration with friendly countries and international companies with regards to Qataris using the UAE airspace and territorial waters, from and to Qatar, for national security considerations.

The UAE is taking these decisive measures as a result of the Qatari authorities’ failure to abide by the Riyadh Agreement on returning GCC diplomats to Doha and its Complementary Arrangement in 2014, and Qatar’s continued support, funding and hosting of terror groups, primarily Islamic Brotherhood, and its sustained endeavors to promote the ideologies of Daesh and Al Qaeda across its direct and indirect media in addition to Qatar’s violation of the statement issued at the US-Islamic Summit in Riyadh on May 21st, 2017 on countering terrorism in the region and considering Iran a state sponsor of terrorism. The UAE measures are taken as well based on Qatari authorities’ hosting of terrorist elements and meddling in the affairs of other countries as well as their support of terror groups – policies which are likely to push the region into a stage of unpredictable consequences.

While regretting the policies taken by the State of Qatar that sow seeds of sedition and discord among the region’s countries, the UAE affirms its full respect and appreciation for the brotherly Qatari people on account of the profound historical, religious and fraternal ties and kin relations binding UAE and Qatari peoples.

Egyptians are scared. They have jobs and a stable life here with their families. There is a state of panic.

Foreign workers make up around 1.6 million of Qatar’s 2.5 million population and according to some sources, about 350,000 of them are Egyptians, making them one of the biggest foreign contingents in the Gulf country.



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